... Hi. I'm very sorry for my english (english is not my first language) and I hope you understand me. Thank you very much for reading this post and for all you answers.
It all started more than year ago, in December 2012, In the evening I felt bad (just like in fever), however I decided just to go to sleep, I went to sleep about 11PM and about 1AM I was woken up by bad feeling... (2 replies)
... I think this is another case of everyone is different and everyone's MS is different! ... (15 replies)
... I was diagnosed with MS almost a year now, and have noticed a dramatic change in my reaction to alcohol. ... (15 replies)
... Are you worried about the amount of alcohol he drinks, and his "I may as well enjoy life" mentality? ... (15 replies)
... Yes you can drink with MS but, check with the doctor or Pharmacist about any interactions with medications. ... (15 replies)
... Is it ok to drink alcohol (every day, every other day) with MS?
Do you have the "I may as well enjoy life" mentality?
Does it interfere w/IVs? DH has had an IV every day this wk (4) (15 replies)
... I work. 50 plus hours a week. In a very demanding job. I also teach online college courses for a large university. I have three kids and a home to manage. I have MS and have many, many lesions on my brain. Ive managed to get a post graduate education since my diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... parisiancat You know I have not suffered from hangovers anywhere near as bad as I used too.So far I dont have a problem with alcohol touch wood I really enjoy a glass of red or white infact I am having one now. ... (15 replies)
... That's my fear. After removing it from my weekly routine, I think 1 drink would likely do me in, and I never dealt well with the 'day after' myself. So I steer clear of it, water and coffee, and of course fruit juices. ... (15 replies)
... I do not have a diagnosis yet, but about 5 years ago I started noticing that drinking made me tired and lose balance. Since then I started skipping the "adult drinks" when I go out with the girls. ... (15 replies)
... I have an occasional glass of wine. It definitely makes me more fatigued and worsens my balance, and one glass is my limit. I only have a drink when I'm at home with no major things to do the next day. Beyond that, it's fine for me. ... (15 replies)
... you should always avoid alcohol due to the increased risk of physiological damage. ... (15 replies)
... I totally agree with Shelleytab...never before in my life did I have a hangover, and now, when I have more than one drink, I feel it for days... ... (15 replies)
... and of course any interactions with medications you are currently on. ... (15 replies)
... I don't think it can actually "help" anything to drink alcohol everyday or every other day. ... (15 replies)
... I have done some traveling with MS. Last year was the first time I had to travel out of the country with Rebif syringes. I was scared to death. ... (7 replies)
... Does drinking alcohol affect your symptoms? ... (6 replies)
... actually i believe its the fat in the alcohol that is bad for MS people. like they say avoid saturated fats and such with MS because of the inflamatory effects and such.. so drinking doesn't help that, especially in long run. ... (8 replies)
... Well I have had MS for 20 years. I never had my MS seem where it got worse with drinking. I take copaxone. I am also pregnant right now so I am not drinking. ... (8 replies)
... the MS, but I'm early on in the MS progression. The only thing I might say is my tolerance might be lower than it was, but it's still no big deal to me. ... (2 replies)