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Could this be MS?
Jul 24, 2016
... Yes, your GP can order an MRI be done before meeting with a neurologist and it should be done with contrast as well. ... (7 replies)
Heat and MS
Jul 23, 2016
... and will get to appointments 10 minutes early in order to hit the ladies room and regroup prior to seeing an account. Of course I drink a ton of the ice water as well. ... (2 replies)
Could this be MS?
Jul 23, 2016
... Remember optometrists are not doctors. They simply are trained to use the machine to determine your vision needs as far as prescriptions, and they make glasses. ... (7 replies)

Could this be MS?
Jul 23, 2016
... cervical MRI...or if I should just walk into an urgent care clinic that has MRI services. I have also scheduled a visit to another ophthalmologist, as I've felt the other one I saw earlier, kind of wrote me off and didn't really address my concerns. ... (7 replies)
Heat and MS
Jul 23, 2016
... ere are comfortable locations. Relocating is an option, if you can afford it. I live in an earth berm house with good roof insulation. It is comfortable and as soon as summer passes, it is bearable again. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you so much for the info, I am hopeful that Copaxone helps me as it helped you and thank you so much for taking the time to write me about your experience. ... (19 replies)
Confusion
Jul 23, 2016
... fatal, chronic disease. If you have MS you can continue to enjoy many careers as long as you are aware of your triggers, moderation, etc. ... (18 replies)
Injury and M.S.
Jul 23, 2016
... I would encourage you to consult with a MS Specialist. A chiropractor is not able to dx MS or treat it, as they are not qualified to read MRIs and you certainly wouldnt want to base your dx on "just having lesions". ... (2 replies)
Injury and M.S.
Jul 23, 2016
... Welcome. As a chiropractor is not a doctor let alone an MS Specialist, the diagnosis would be suspect at best. Lesions are not exclusive to MS. ... (2 replies)
... Hi there. So happy you finally know what is going on with you. Having an MS diagnosis isn't great but knowing it isn't in your head sure is. I have had MS since 1990 and started on Copaxone in 1998. I was on Copaxone for 10 years before I developed side effects that made me have to quit taking it. My experience with Copaxone was very positive in that I noticed... (19 replies)
Injury and M.S.
Jul 22, 2016
... hich helps the M.S., although working out is a challenge. I feel weaker when I workout. So I'm trying to understand how to workout where my muscles don't take it as a burnout and become weak. Up until now i haven't seen a doctor, insurance problem OB Ca. so I have not been taking any medication. ... (2 replies)
Confusion
Jul 22, 2016
... and diagnosis. MS is an illness which affects people regardless of their ethnicity, race, or socioeconomic status. It does strike women more than men. Also, as doctors have gotten better at diagnosing MS, the age of diagnosis has gotten younger. Pediatric MS is known. ... (18 replies)
Confusion
Jul 22, 2016
... lt of migraines or even a childhood high fever. If you have continual MRIs and there are increasing numbers of lesions, the answer would be more definitive. As we age, we can also get age related lesions. ... (18 replies)
Confusion
Jul 22, 2016
... Yes I try to remain as positive as I can. If you don't mind me asking where did you grow up? ... (18 replies)
Pregnancy and MS
Jul 20, 2016
... Give yourself wiggle room and take a day at a time. Your heart is in the right place. Your body may soon be as well. I will keep you in my prayers. ... (2 replies)
Pregnancy and MS
Jul 20, 2016
... This is my first time on a forum such as this. I suffer from MS and have for 14 years. I'm 37 now. ... (2 replies)
... en items, etc. Service dogs can come in many sizes and shapes. If you want a service dog for walking assistance, the best choice is a dog of the same weight as you. The harness should be positioned over the dog's shoulders. My Service Dogs get bathed weekly and their care is tax deductible. ... (19 replies)
... I don't mean to downplay what she does as her devotion means the world to me, it is just that she isn't able to pull me or anything she weighs maybe 5lbs lol. ... (19 replies)
... Service Dogs usually have a long waiting list. I trained my own. He started obedience at 3 months and by 6 months he would happily pull the shopping cart. As he was a "giant" breed, however, limited him until he fully matured his skeletal structure. The ADA allows you to train your own Service Dog. ... (19 replies)
Could this be MS?
Jul 18, 2016
... helpful. I'm certainly not a medical person, but there are many things that could be causing your eye problems. Your eye Dr's. are the ones who would know, just as Snoopy said. ... (7 replies)




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