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Could this be MS?
Jul 25, 2016
... I've had more chances to "test" out when my double comes on. It is always there but very mild and more noticeable when I look at lighted sources. I notice that when I look at something at an angle, there is a definite double vision and more definitive. ... (13 replies)
Could this be MS?
Jul 17, 2016
... numb fingers and arm on my right side upon waking up but that went away after I got up for the day. I'd also feel very nauseous and weak in the morning but never threw up. I never thought much of it though, being busy with a one year old and her two older brothers. ... (13 replies)
... As I mentioned in the other thread that I've officially been diagnosed with Mild MS. I guess I should count my blessings that the Neurologist used the word mild to describe it. ... (9 replies)

... I'm not sure who told you the itching isn't MS but, I am going to disagree. The itching could very possibly be caused by your MS. There are some who have the same problem your describing, to the point they bleed from the amount of scratching they do. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you for your story, it didn't bore me! "Mild" MS is a controversial thing, it may just mean that your disease is progressing very slowly, which is a good thing. Welcome to the board, and feel free to vent or ask questions! It must be difficult when you're not talking to anyone about it. ... (11 replies)
... I see the eye specialtist with my wife and the guy starts telling me about possible ms while we do some eye test, the only thing I coud see were colours and everything else was a fog. ... (11 replies)
Mild ms
Apr 20, 2008
... Hi, Lisa. The only formal types of MS dxes at this point are the 4 different categories. ... (6 replies)
... in a long time but I have been accessing the site on a regular basis and must say that it has been so helpful. First I have a question, is there such a thing as mild ms? ... (5 replies)
... net in general for these two weeks and try to focus on something else. I mean, the only real complaint I have is the fatigue, the muscle weakness and cramping is very very mild, and seems to worsen when I stress and get anxious. ... (11 replies)
... id say im very lucky and when i was dxed it was a real relef. ... (8 replies)
... I don't think there's really a difference between the invisinble, mild and benign MS. In fact, I don't think they're even real diagnosises, they're more like characteristics. ... (8 replies)
... ing just puzzled. I'm glad that those who have posted have not had terribly debilitating symptoms. And by your criteria, I guess you could say that I have "mild" MS but I don't consider it "mild". It affects everything I do and everything I have in my life. ... (30 replies)
... Progression is always a very strong possibility, for anyone with this disease whether you treat or don't treat. ... (4 replies)
... e disease, rheumatoid arthritis, I have been taken off Copaxone. Long story short, I was on Copax for 16 years and doing fabulous. I tried Tecfidera, got very, very sick. My Drs feel the Tec stirred up the RA. I am wanting to ask my fellow MSers if anyone has stopped their meds long term, and how are you doing ? ... (4 replies)
MS fear
Jun 3, 2015
... Neuro that checked me was MS specialist, at that time I didn't have arm problems yet, since he didn't find any neurological disorder with my reflexes and brain MRI was fine, he dismissed me. ... (8 replies)
MS Scare.....
Jan 31, 2015
... Hey guys, ive been trolling this board a little bit. you all have been very gracious giving your opinions and stories to people on here to people like me who are in "limbo land." this is my first post on this board. ... (7 replies)
Possible MS.
Apr 21, 2014
... high dose and alot of the symptoms have subsided a little, note, a very little. ... (18 replies)
MS Questions
Mar 13, 2014
... g help! I will definitely make and keep appointments this time. I didn't realize they would be able to diagnose when I'm not showing symptoms. Right now they are very mild but I have had this going on for so long that I just ignore it mostly. Now comes the fun part of finding a Dr that is covered by my insurance. ... (15 replies)
... Very mild cerebellar tonsillar ectopia. 3mm below the foramen magnum". ... (18 replies)
... Everywhere I've looked is very vague, it says things like tingling, numbness, or weakness in the limbs. ... (8 replies)


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