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... In the meantime, I've had problems with getting out breath, especially when I climb stairs and at night. I have to use 2 and 3 pillows in order to sleep. I don't know if this is coincidental or not, but has anyone else had this problem? ... (5 replies)
... I am sorry to hear that you are having so much trouble with the Copaxone. I found it to be an inconvenience and annoyance and some nights it hurts, but I just get in bed, turn on the tube and take my mind off of it. ... (9 replies)
... ty levels with many MSers. I have yet to reach the cardio exercise levels I once could. As to your cardio, other than the exercise moderation or a side effect of a DMD or symptom med, there is nothing MS related that could cause a concern. ... (7 replies)

... s said that gluten intolerance can cause the very symptoms you're describing. I wouldn't dismiss the idea just because it's controversial. Do your own research and decide for yourself! Of course you'd need to also discuss your symptoms with your dr., but if all tests come back negative, you could give it a try. ... (7 replies)
... i have had MS for 30years. The past 12 months i have been experiencing irregular heart beats, extra beats, missing beats, Heart racing with shortness of breath.Some times my heart feels like it is trying to thump out my chest. ... (7 replies)
MS related pain?
Sep 4, 2017
... Diagnosed with MS about 20 years ago. MRI have been pretty stable. Doing well except for occasional flares of trigeminal neuralgia. ... (4 replies)
... open and honest opinion as to whether or not you think it could be MS that I am experiencing? ... (11 replies)
Hot Flushing?!?!?
Mar 19, 2006
... I am sorry to hear you are having some of the many challenges we all seem to find in common in one way or the other right now. ... (4 replies)
... q injections can cause site irritations. On rare occasions in the beginning you may feel flushed, racing heart, or shortness of breath. These symptoms soon stop and you'll probably only have some itching. ... (11 replies)

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