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... Taking this type of picture of the eye can be helpful in determining what's going on and at the very least, provides a good baseline. ... (5 replies)
... If you choose to use any type of disease modifying drugs for MS, they are supposed to help reduce the freqency of lesions forming, thus reduce the new symptoms and reduce the potential for progression. This is not an exact science. ... (6 replies)
... Unfortunately, its not the white spots that you count. If you did, youd probably have thousands of them! ... (35 replies)

Tysabri Trial
Mar 9, 2006
... This is info from the New Eng Journal of Med... ... (8 replies)
MRI results
Jul 25, 2004
... Julie seems to know best. I only have two spots as of right now. ... (11 replies)
... There are so many different types of migranes, that its almost impossible to know if any of this is caused by MS or by a migrane without having a MRI to determine if there is MS damage. ... (8 replies)
... I was then switched to Rebif. If you look at my old posts, you will see that I was a HUGE fan of Rebif for almost 5 years. It kept me stable. Did I still get smptoms? ... (18 replies)
... Although none of it is what I was hoping to hear I am starting to figure out how to deal with it. ... (10 replies)
... However in 2005 I had a severe bout with vertigo which last 8 months and it still comes and goes. I had the 24 hour head probe thing that monitors brain activity. It showed slowing on the left lobe but nothing else. I had a MRI with just two things showing up, nothing else. ... (7 replies)
... Tara, im tough to talk to about this, because I am an advocate for DMDs...I take Rebif and have had good success with it. by that I mean, I got used to the side effects really quickly and now can literally bang the shot and walk out the door.. ... (8 replies)
Jan 27, 2003
... Chinacat, you are right, ON is not reserved to MS only, however, your numbness and tingling combined with more than one ON attack makes it more suspect of MS. ... (22 replies)

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