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... is pretty much under control. Although we all have our bad days, if i need i can take more, as there is plenty of room to up the dosages. And these were prescribed by my rheumatologist.....who ruled out everything else, as my blood work was almost perfect. ... (4 replies)
... new and very stressful job. ... (7 replies)
... this is in reply to your question. thanks for your care and writing to me.i didnt elaborate all my symptoms in my post. your question was detailed, so let me write in detail. hopefully it wont bother you. ... (20 replies)

... It all started out as a deep internal itching and pressure sensation in the area of my left ovary. It was maddening and I often fantasized about reaching inside and tearing my insides out. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you for the support, its giving me something to focus on and helps with some of my questions. ... (13 replies)
... Woke up this morning and as soon as I got out of bed I had this frightening pain and tightness in my chest. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for your replies. I have had MANY more symptoms than just the numbness and pain in the elbow. ... (6 replies)
... I have been lurking and reading all the wonderful support and information you all provide to each other. I was wondering if anyone had a clue what all the below info means. ... (4 replies)
... hi nicole. it's me, patti from the rsd sigh. i also went to a neuro yesterday and am being teseted for ms and a few other things. my neuro is going to do a spinal tap sunday and i had blood drawn also. ... (10 replies)
... Thanks for your suggestion, but why did you think my doctor is old, and why did you think I said that there is no pain in MS? ... (33 replies)
... I thought I was onto something..lol Well, the only other thing I saw concerning the legs and MS was foot drop and that can definitely cause muscle pain and fatigue in the shins. However, that would mean that you were unable to extend your ankles and you'd be dragging your foot along. ... (8 replies)
... This is interesting, because my Neuro swears MS is not a painful disease, and yet on occasion, I have pain. ... (33 replies)
... I have an appointment with a MS Specialist in Dec. My Reg. doctor suspects MS but wants the specialist to do all the tests. ... (2 replies)
... and this might have simply aggravated them. Anxiety and nerves are probably doing the rest. ... (8 replies)
... I am a 52 yr old female with a history of quadruple bypass 2 yrs ago. I am on Ranexa and Lipitor daily for my Coronary Artery Disease. ... (3 replies)
Update...
Jan 25, 2013
... have some clinical interest in MS... I don't think they are necessarily MS specialists, but the UCLA website did say that everyone at the Santa Monica office can handle MS. ... (2 replies)
MS or no MS
Oct 24, 2012
... Have they checked your hand and wrist issues to see if that is due to carpal tunnel? ... (2 replies)
... I am a 47yr old female with so many seemingly unrelated symptoms. Firstly I am very healthy, not overweight, normally happy disposition, and run a very busy home. Then I developed 3 different types and stages of symptoms which began with the following isolated incident. ... (2 replies)
... s for that additional information. My neuro would never accept just a written report. She would accept a written report initially if it were written by another MS Specialist, but she would still want to see the MRI images. I think that this should be your case too. ... (6 replies)
... k with whatever a doc tells me because at least I know how to deal with my issues. First off, I actually live in the state that has not only the highest rate of MS in the US, but my geographical region of the state has the highest rate well. The neuro I saw was an MS specialist as well. ... (6 replies)


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