... Stick with us and we will "have your back" as you make your journey. ... (1 replies)
... on your ankle. I can empathize with that. I have many such areas and my feet are often numb or less sensitive to feeling. I had a third degree burn on my foot as a result of a hot piece of slag burning through my sock and into my skin. ... (13 replies)
... be sure the floaters are indeed "old age" LOL. The pins and needles are definitely annoying and sometimes quote painful, hopefully he will have answers for that as well! ... (3 replies)
... a process that causes it to shrink and pull away from the interior surface of the eyeball. As the vitreous shrinks and sags, it clumps up and gets stringy. ... (3 replies)
... China can be a bit more problematic as it really depends on the airport or entry port. Japan should be fine so long as you have all your paper work proper. Singapore is a great place to rest and relax. ... (7 replies)
... dicine. make sure to claim them and briefly write because of your illness. when you arrive Aus, they randomly check. you might be checked, might not. if you get, as Jayhawk said bring yourr doctor note. It would be Ok. ... (7 replies)
... but other studies have associated swings in D levels as you described as being hormone related. ... (4 replies)
... entry programs for students who have had problems such as you have experienced. ... (13 replies)
... Acid reflux, if you have the evidence of it, would not be MS related as far as I know. I have swallowing issues which my MS Specialist thought might be acid reflux, but on further examination, I had none and she now feels it is my MS. ... (4 replies)
... Hi I've been reading thru this post, I do not have MS but im famaliar with neurontin. Looking at it as a nerve pain med. ... (6 replies)
As i stated in above post, tramadol will NOT help chest pains...which goes to prove only one of two things..either this is anxiety, which is highly possible, or you need to see your doctor and have a complete cardiac work up to make sure nothing else is wrong. What you are describing IS NOT MS related- and more than likely not a drug interraction, although Klonopin can... (6 replies)
... The bladder test went fine, but I have a HUGE neurogenic bladder! Nothing they can do for now, I just need to continue my creative methods of emptying my bladder until I cannot empty it, then I'll need to cath.
I've been away for a long while due to a lot of other stuff. Family and friends in and out of hospitals (strokes, cancer, bleeding ulcers etc.) as well as losing my... (3 replies)
... ses etc a million times for an Australian contact and they all simply say 'yes' and then never get back to me on the topic. So it is very frustrating, especially as I get closer and closer to my flight date. You have though set my mind at ease. ... (7 replies)
... You might have had an easier time having your prescription waiting for you in Australia, but be that as it may, as long as you are carrying documentation indicating your illness and medical needs, you should be fine. ... (7 replies)
... is that the flight stops in Dubai for two and a half hours on the way there, as I will be bringing a year's supply worth of Rebif do you think I will encounter a problem with the amount I will be bringing with me? ... (7 replies)
... ld be in the wrong business. You might need a medication adjustment or change. I would have yourself checked and bring up the question of reaction to your meds as a possible concern. You need some answers. ... (6 replies)
... An the hands of an MS Specialist, all these little things that we dismiss as unimportant can be seen in a broader view which results in a big thing composed of many little things! ... (13 replies)
... Hi Nikki,
Thanks for responding :) You're right and I know it - I need to stop googling.
I forgot to mention that four years ago I developed double vision. My eye doc attributed it to weak muscles that weren't working together. I just wish the rest could be explained. I did start to question myself about whether I am maybe just weak and my facial pain wasn't really as... (13 replies)
... I would explain it as though I had an elastic band around my ribs. ... (13 replies)
Are you paranoid? No, I do not think you are. Your words were well written and you have ample evidence of ongoing problems. Facial pain, as you shared, could well have been trigeminal neuralgia (TN) which can be a stand-alone problem or can be a subset of MS. There is a Trigeminal neuralgia board on this same web site.
Was the pain about... (13 replies)