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... Hi Ezee, I am so sorry to hear about all of your difficulties, not to mention the frustration from not getting any answers or even a diagnosis. It seems unbelievable! Is there any possible way you can get into see an MS Specialist? How did your MRIs come out? Mine both showed lesions and yet it was the MRS (Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy) that clinched it and gave the... (9 replies)
... Hi Ezee, I am so sorry to hear about all of your difficulties, not to mention the frustration from not getting any answers or even a diagnosis. It seems unbelievable! Is there any possible way you can get into see an MS Specialist? How did your MRIs come out? Mine both showed lesions and yet it was the MRS (Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy) that clinched it and gave the... (9 replies)
... d been happening with the lower part of my body vs your upper part. I mentioned this to my Neuro at our last visit and he said that it was absolutely a possible seizure like activity and it is very rare to find it as a symptom in MS patients. ... (9 replies)

... Ezee wrote a post to you specifically. Please see it in new threads. (9 replies)
... Deedle, I have had both arms go completely numb on numerous occasions, while sleeping completely off of my arms, in my easy chair. With my arms laying on very cushy arms of the chair, I wake up and have to shake my arms for minutes to get sensation back into them. This had occured before when I slept on the couch, and I passed it off as leaning against the back of the couch,... (9 replies)
... Thank you for sharing your experience, KT. I also feel like one of those in the small percentage that is going to have the uncommon symptom or reaction. It is comforting to hear that you haven't had any bad reactions with Copaxone! Please keep me posted, okay? Annie (9 replies)
... Hi Nikki, After a lot of research and a long consultation with my neuro, I've pretty much decided to go with the daily Copaxone injections. I'm very sensitive to meds, so I'm hoping to tolerate it okay and get good results without many side effects. At this point, I am waiting to hear what my insurance will cover and get all this red tape ironed out so I can get started. ... (9 replies)
... HI Annie. Just wanted to say thanks for giving out the good advice that you did. As someone who had NO PROBLEM getting a dx (mine came within a month of my first symptoms) I can only read about people who have gone thru Heck and high water trying to get a dx...and feel awful for their battle. Your story is one of hope, and I think we all need to read about that! Sorry you... (9 replies)
... I have been away for awhile - hospitalized for 5 days for the Solu-Medrol IV drip, but prior to that was new to this board (I had posted "Unusual Episodes" as a newby, which turned out to be partial seizures). Along with the 2 seizures (which my neuro says only happens to about 5% of MS patients), I had gotten to the point where it was difficult to walk, I could not use my... (9 replies)




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