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... Your symptoms as described are very very consistent with those of established type II diabetes. ... (5 replies)
... hours. To this day I wear gloves when I handle galvanized metal as the experience left me with bad memories. ... (3 replies)
... I have it, but not like you describe. When I feel overheated I lose my ability to be reasonable. I get upset, angry even confused mentally....I have to cool down as soon as I feel the heat coming on or else it can get ugly! Now, with menopause and hot flashes starting... ... (3 replies)

... stiffen. She complains her clothes sometimes feel heavy and at times feel as though they will fall off of her. She believes these sensations appear to her to be triggered by heat. ... (3 replies)
... Being sick such as the Flu, virus, infection can cause an increase of MS symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, the fall could have brought on some symptoms, but they will go away as soon as you start to feel better...did you call your Neuro? ... (3 replies)
... Prayers for you. Any kind of trauma can trigger symptoms as it is a stress on out bodies. Broke my ankle last year and went through symptoms but I have PPMS and have daily symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... If it is a flare, will it subside as my ribs and back heal? ... (3 replies)
... Please request that they get you to a MS hospital Center as soon as possible..this would probably qualify as an emergency situation and your doctor should be able to help you get admitted. ... (14 replies)
... What changes can you make which might help such as using a power chair or thinking about changes in your profession. ... (14 replies)
... Roll with what is attacking you and rest without guilt. It is not easy, but fighting the fatigue has never worked for me. Try to stretch and move each day as best you can. If you cannot, do what you can. ... (14 replies)
... I would have to say that you really have to rely on the medical advice of your prescribing doctor. As prednisone has a diminishing benefit, perhaps that should be a lower priority. ... (2 replies)
... and the fact that as your hormones start going wacky, this can definitely make you have this symptom. ... (5 replies)
... ices at the university hospital where I went highlighted upcoming studies and the requirements for being accepted. The notices showed the potential side effects as well as other information. Personally, I would not take it as it is still in Phase 2. ... (5 replies)
... Do you think we should take it regardless as it might help? ... (5 replies)
... Hello Anyone herd about Clemastine fumarate as a remyelinating therapy for multiple sclerosis (ReBUILD): a randomised, controlled, double-blind, crossover trial. (5 replies)
... The identification of the weight gain reason can help a great deal too. Exercise is important to our overall health. Low impact exercise is best. As to length of exercise, this is important, but you have to listen to your body's signals. ... (5 replies)
... Hi James. I agree that your testosterone issues may very well not be related to MS, as normally, this is not something which is affected... ... (5 replies)
... :wave: Welcome James. You have to look to the cause of the testosterone depletion. It may be unrelated to your MS. Have you spoken with your MS Specialist?? If it is not related to MS, your MS Specialist can provide a referral. If the cause is MS, MS damages nerve pathways, sexual response — including arousal and orgasm — can be directly affected. Sexual problems... (5 replies)
... but you could just as easily have them from arthritis! Try not to think ahead. I know its scary, not knowing...but you cant live your life worrying about "what if". ... (5 replies)


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