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... Sorry I wrote alot but I think I have mutiple sclerosis and I dont know what to do. ... (7 replies)
... ON MARCH 21ST OF THIS YEAR COMPLAINING OF WEAKNESS ON HIS LEFT SIDE. HE WAS DIAGNOSED WITH A SPINAL CORD COMPRESSION IN HIS NECK A HERNITATED DISK IN HIS LOWER BACK AND MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. PRIOR TO MARCH 21ST HE WAS AN ACTIVE PERSON WHO WORKED A FULL TIME JOB AS A PLUMBER. ... (7 replies)
... This sounds like an Ocular Migraine. Vision problems should be evaluated by an Ophthalmologist, the eyes are their specialty. ... (8 replies)

Multiple sclerosis
May 22, 2001
... tech turned the thing up so high that it left bruises on me on the inside of my arms and also on the inside of my legs by the knee area. Balance problems, memory problems such as drawing blanks when I am trying to type a letter, or in conversation. ... (8 replies)
... I am having diagnosis problems also. ... (4 replies)
... I personally would stay far away from HGH because it can cause problems and there are no studies of which I am aware dealing with MSers. Anything you put into your body should be done so with a doctor's advice. ... (1 replies)
... disposed to these illnesses and have to stay on the straight and narrow to keep my head above water as when I waiver the symptoms come back with force. ... (22 replies)
... ones. I've had bladder problems ever since january, nobody really knows what to do about that. ... (1 replies)
... I would (my opinion only) ask both doctors to speak or consult with one another before either prescribes anything. If you have neurological problems, I believe you should have your neuro treat you and let your GP know. ANything outside of the neurological realm, your GP can handle as long as a consult has taken place with the neuro. Meds can certainly cause weight gain as... (14 replies)
... have pity for you. Neither of these groups will ever go away. Please do not be mad at them, just avoid them and let them and any words from them roll off your back like rain on a duck. Getting mad means you develop stress which only compounds your problems and can make your MS worse. ... (8 replies)
... olutely important to have every single test that you had done....without them, they can NOT determine what is causing your problems, can NOT rule out things like Multiple Sclerosis or ALS or even Lupus... ... (4 replies)
... Back to the main question, do you know if your friend was tested for Chrones?,(not sure of the spelling). Sounds very much like it. I do know that vitiman B shots are helpful. Please let us know if that was ever thought of. I bid her the best of luck, & bless your heart in being such a good friend. Lots of luck to you & yours Kisa (22 replies)
... Hi! How are you doing since this last post? Dizziness is a symptom of the MS but, in your case with recent surgery could it be related to that and/or any medications your taking in the recovery period? (22 replies)
... It is so hard when you are undiagnosed, I know believe me I have been to hell and back trying to convince Dr's that I am not crazy. ... (22 replies)
... Leann R. The link between the two is that they are autoimmune dieases. I have autoimmune thyroid diease. I also suspect that there is still something else going on, as I still have many unresolved symptoms that are seen both in thyroid disorders and MS. It is true that if you are found to have 1 autoimmune diease that you are at higher risk of having/developing... (22 replies)
... Lhermittes is not exclusive or unique to Multiple Sclerosis, there are many other conditions that can cause Lhermittes. ... (9 replies)
... is not usually found in the brain, but in the lens of the eye. It only develops in the brain in response to nerve cells that have been injured by multiple sclerosis. ... (4 replies)
... Lumbar MRI findings are not related to MS. Usually when someone with MS has a Lumbar MRI it is to look for something else such as mechanical back problems. MS does not cause mechanical back problems. ... (5 replies)
... Barr virus. This virus is notorious for being associated with a whole host of medical problems including M.S. ... (34 replies)
... Who would of thought the 1st time I would be threading or blogging would be because of Multiple Sclerosis. Welcome to modern technology. My husband was diagnosed last week with Multiple Sclerosis. ... (23 replies)


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