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Ms Hug help
Nov 5, 2018
... happening and then I try to just breath through it. It can happen 5 times in a day for 5 days straight, or it can happen once every few months and disappear for years only to return. I am dx for almost 15 years now and have more than likely had this disease much longer. ... (11 replies)
Ms Hug help
Nov 4, 2018
... I have had PPMS for 41+ years. I have had MS hugs since the beginning of my journey. At first they were scary, but afterwards, they ceased to be scary and just became an annoyance. PPMS patients all to often do not have good luck with meds. Some MSers are able to get relief from the MS Hug with a tepid shower or bath or even to lie down. I hope you get relief soon! :)... (11 replies)
... Gillila, No, you are not crazy! Most of us with MS have different sensory problems...because MS does affect your nerves (via your nervous system), it is not uncommon to feel more pain than what the average person might feel in some areas, while being actually HIGHLY pain tolerant in others! For instance, I have a very high pain threshold...(living with MS for 15 years... (2 replies)

... Remitting patients who have been drug free for years and what your experiences have been. Have you had relapses? ... (3 replies)
MS and confused
Sep 20, 2018
... I spent 6 months bedridden due to MS Seizures and several years confined to a power chair. Later I lost the use of my left leg. Each timely MS Specialist told me to keep stretching and had me use a passive exerciser. ... (13 replies)
MS and confused
Sep 21, 2018
... When your neural pathways are firing sufficiently, you can walk. However, your muscle cells have to be ready for that moment. My MS Specialist pushed me for 3 years patiently to stretch and use the passive exerciser. She was absolutely correct. ... (13 replies)
... No problem MSJayhawk. I know your story! Mine is changing as we speak...so I am really looking for information on people with R/R....because somewhere out there are people who have had R/R for years, and have never used Disease Modifying Drugs! (3 replies)
... Never been on the DMDs nor steroids 41+ years :angel: My experience has been managing triggers, stretching, and maintaining physical and mental activities. (3 replies)
... Kathi, Pregnant women GIVE MUCH Omega 3 fatty acids from their own bodies TO their babies. The brain, eyes, bowels and kidneys are 80% omega 3 fatty acids. I don't know how MANY kids your sister has, but, IMO this is a contributing factor why women out number men in most all of the auto-immune diseases. Doctors IMO, are mostly (not all, but mostly) morons, I definitely... (11 replies)
... ridden. One sister was diagnosed 12 years ago, right about the time of meds such as avonex to reduce symptoms. She is still living a pretty normal life. ... (10 replies)
... I am a 25 year old female, who for the last 10 years has been dealing with an array of symptoms. I spent several years doing research and seeing specialists but every test came back normal and most of the doctors dismissed my concerns. ... (10 replies)
... I am 43 years old mother of 2 girls. ... (7 replies)
... she was wheelchair bound and adamant that her attitude would conquer all throughout my high school years and after. At this time, she choose to get off the drug. I witnessed first had the effects of both DMDs and NO meds on this person. ... (57 replies)
MS for 13 years
Dec 16, 2005
... Wow, great to hear from you all. I was dx 9 years ago and have never taken meds for MS... ... (10 replies)
... nutritional levels and everything came back normal. Over the years I've had my blood tested a number of times and it is always normal. ... (10 replies)
... vchildd, you started this by asking "will copaxone start working AGAIN after ten years". Is that what you meant to say? As in it has stopped working, and youre wondering if it will start working again? Of are you asking if it is still working after ten years? Once a drug stops working, it probably will not work in the future. Our bodies build up antibodies to certain... (4 replies)
... Hi all. I am gonna apologize in advance if this gets long. I am 39 years old, will be 40 next month. Many years ago after a bout of Optic Neuritis and other odd symptoms I was hospitalized for these symtoms and a neuro on call with the hospital saw me. ... (2 replies)
... Approximately 20 years ago, I had an intermittent numb spot on my left shoulder blade. It would come, it would go, I thought it odd, but not terribly disturbing. ... (3 replies)
... every five years or more, and those flare ups were nothing in severity like the first ones. ... (57 replies)
... My first symptom was 22 years ago and except for two bouts of optic neuritis which completely resolved, most of these years I have had no symptoms or they were relatively mild or not long lasting. ... (57 replies)


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