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... ighting 8 hours a day, the pain was everlasting and would trigger a sensation like I was overheated and my brain was swelling. I also began to experience trouble swallowing and had several coworkers ask me if I had hurt myself because apparently, I was limping. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Mark, Yes to all of the above. My forearms itch a lot, sometimes more at night.I have had coughing spells in the middle of the night.And laughing and crying,yep! Everyone's MS is different,but we all have some of symptoms in common.I always have swallowing problems, I even remember them as a pre-teen, I'm 55 now. My Neurologists believes I have either Secondary Progressive... (10 replies)
... if indeed one has problems swallowing from MS or another disease state. ... (10 replies)

... I have itching secondary to MS. My Doctor said nerve ending are irrititated when I itch,I have no rash unless I scratch so much to cause the skin to break. ... (10 replies)
... I get the annoying itching and nothing seems to alleviate it.I usually get it on the top of my hands or my left side.Its an itch,no rash. ... (10 replies)
... I sometimes get such bad itching that I scratch until I bruise myself. NOTHING helps. ... (10 replies)
... I have not been diagnosed yet but I have had severe itching on my hands, although I haven't had this in awhile. I could never see anything in regards to a rash or anything. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Mark. Itching can be a problem, most people describe it as like bugs crawling all over there skin. Do you get a rash? ... (10 replies)
... my Doctor asked me two questions. Did I have a problem swallowing and do I cough a lot. ... (10 replies)
... HI there. Your post has many questions so lets see if we can decipher them. The main thing you asked- would it mattter if you werent seen by a MS specialist urgently? The answer is normally no- MS is a progressive disease, it wont go away and it eventually will progress; however the name of the game is to stop progression. Without a diagnosis, you wont be able to go on any... (9 replies)
... migraines, TMJ problems, fibromyalgia, and hypothyroidism. I have been going to doctors for about ten years now trying to get a better answer for all the strange problems I have that come and go and seem to be adding up more and more lately. ... (5 replies)
... Many tests later my primary care dr. is referring me to a neurologist because of "a questionable spot" on my brain stem on the MRI. All my problems are on the left side of my body and the "spot" is on the right side of my brain stem. ... (5 replies)
... :wave: Many people new to the world of MS struggle to know whether the symptom is MS or not. Symptoms of MS are caused by the disruption in nerve signaling from the central nervous system (CNS) to other parts of the body as a result of damage to the myelin (the protective coating around nerve cells) and the nerve cells. A list of the most common symptoms include: ... (0 replies)
... :wave: Welcome! Is MS complex? I believe it is. It is an autoimmune disease. Considering the actual size of the neurons which are affected, I would say it is indeed complex. Consider the fact that there is no single test for a diagnosis. After 700+ years, the cure remains elusive as well as the trigger that starts it. Yes, it is complex. I posted this list of... (6 replies)
... MSJayhawk, thank you once again. Are there any medical tests i should be aware of -specific bloodwork,EMG?,etc? as i mentioned i already have head, cervical and thoracic mri's. (14 replies)
... When you meet with your neurologist for fresh eyes, you might want to have a journal of your symptoms. Below are some symptoms I have learned about. I have experienced most of these main categories, though no uncontrolled crying or laughter or some other "sub-categories". I have experienced all of the rare symptoms except for hearing loss. I hope this helps :) The most... (14 replies)
... very clumsy now, i have fallen down stairs several times this months alone, like my legs just disapeared. I can not control my baldder and now I am experienceing swallowing problems to the point i will be eating fine, and tehn suddenly start choking on nothing, and start uncontrollable coughing. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, Im not trying to debate here , but I can say I ran across some info as well pertaining to the harmful effects of aspartame.. However when one has Diabetes options are limited... Aspartame Side Effects The components of aspartame can lead to a number of health problems Then, there are users who donít Ďappearí to suffer immediate reactions at all. Even these... (6 replies)
... I just want to thank all of you! It's been a great help. I know something is going on - just not sure what it is. I'm 50 years old and have never had any symptoms. The last few months, OH BOY. Thanks again and I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas!! :blob_fire --- close as I could get to doing a Christmas dance. Mark (10 replies)
... Lilc, I have also bruised myself from scratching so much. There are also times when out of the blue, my voice gets "scratchy" ......thought I was the only one! Lisa (10 replies)

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