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... Hi goofball70, Steroids, including Acthar Gel are used for exacerbations. Unfortunately, sometimes they help and sometimes they don't. The more steroids are used the less effective they become. Steroids do not change the outcome of the disease process or slow progression, but might help in resolving an exacerbation quicker. It is possible for exacerbations to resolve on... (3 replies)
... Is the following pattern typical of MS? Year 1999-23 old female found after MRI a 2inch flat lesion inside the spinal cord between the shoulder blades and one 5 mm or slightly bigger lesion in cerebellum region, some dot like lesions as well. diagnosed relapse remitting ms feb 2002 after neurological deterioration another mri called with injected dye this time- same... (5 replies)
... I've had MS since 1990 and it has slowly gotten worse. I was first on Avonex, then moved to Rebif. ... (3 replies)

... Secondary progressive MS (SPMS) is the stage which normally occurs after being diagnosed with Relapsing/ Remitting MS. It is never diagnosed first or as a first stage of diagnosis. The disease begins to progress more steadily with or without relapses in between. In this stage there is less inflammation and more nerve damage. This would cause new symptoms as the nerves... (6 replies)
... Save your money. I am nearing my 38th anniversary for MS and have never had any meds nor steroids. ... (3 replies)
... years all the different kinds of medications they have shoved on me haven't worked is because I've been in Secondary Progressive and there's nothing out there for this stage. My new top of the MS board said my other Neuros should have recognized long ago when nothing was working. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, apricot. As MSJayhawk said, there really is no "normal". People can be affected very differently by MS both in terms of sx and also progression. In terms of progressing from RRMS to SPMS, the key is the "remitting" part. ... (5 replies)
... While it sounds like progression, it is nearly impossible to say that there is a normal pattern. The most important thing is that you were diagnosed and now you can fight it. Learn what triggers your problems and try to avoid the triggers. It is not 100% effective, but it helps a lot in my opinion. My worst days with progressive MS are those mjor flare-ups which are... (5 replies)
... remitting is secondary progressive and not primary progressive. ... (3 replies)
... things it could be. Even now with the dx of secondary progressive ms I still don't Google symptoms because I don't need any extra craziness going on. ... (31 replies)
... In 2010 my mother was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS and in 2013 she had developed secondary-progressive MS. Her condition was diagnosed early and our family educated ourselves about her condition, understanding the possible outcomes without proper treatment, believing we were involved enough in her care to prevent her MS from advancing – in hindsight I believe we put... (11 replies)
... I've been dx with MS affecting my left side in 1993 and several years ago I was dx SPMS. ... (3 replies)
... Oh and for the time being they have ceased all unnecessary MS treatment. Only absolutly necessary meds are being taken. ... (9 replies)
... Okay so for once I'm not starting a thread regarding my issues, this time its my mom. Before I begin I should say that she currently has Secondary Progressive MS, shes 35, and has had it since the age of 14. She is in a wheelchair, and can barely remember anyone or anything. But at least she was happy, before now. ... (9 replies)
... Welcome April :wave: The post to which you have replied is quite old. I would encourage you to write a new thread to introduce yourself. Meds can certainly have an impact upon our teeth, but each MSer is different. I hope your situation gets better. Again, Welcome. I hope you will always feel welcome here. :angel: (12 replies)
... secondary progressive Ms diagnosed 2010 ,I have just been reading over the replies to your post and am genuinely shocked a bit. ... (12 replies)
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... I have Secondary Progressive MS and have been progressing rather rapidly the past 3 or 4 years. ... (2 replies)
... I have found in the 7 years of my diagnosis that having MS is the ultimate lesson on acceptance. I have Secondary Progressive MS and I have quite a few loses. Each that I have one way or another had to accept. ... (3 replies)
... I am not Secondary Progressive....yet. ... (2 replies)
... R MS. I havent progressed and the rest of my symtoms, the MS hug, the unbearable heat intolerance, etc all come and go randomly. ... (14 replies)


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