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... Hi there. I read your post, and I can understand how afraid you are. Being that I do not know about pars planitis, I had to look it up. From what I read, it usually hits at a younger age, and is controllable. ... (5 replies)
For those with MS
Jan 24, 2008
... What you had was a common neurological exam and yes, I had those same tests. I failed all of them and to this day I still fail some of them. MRIs will not always show lesion activity when symptoms are present. At the time of my diagnosis my brain MRI was clear but I was in the middle of a severe exacerbation (relapse). (12 replies)
For those with MS
Jan 23, 2008
... I passed every one of those tests with flying colors. ... (12 replies)

For those with MS
Jan 23, 2008
... im guessing they were tested for MS. i have had balance issues for 2 years and im being treated for migraine but i also know that neurological problems are big in my family. ... (12 replies)
... and head. Ready to get this MRI out of the way so I will know what is going on. This I think is the hardest part, the waiting game. Over the weekend had to take cold showers just to cool myself down. Sorry for sounding like I am whinning but you guys and gals have been where I am today. You know what I am going through. ... (17 replies)
... The swelling is not going to be MS to my knowledge. ... (17 replies)
... I have both a heat and cold intolerance. ... (17 replies)
... You have many positive things going for you. You are learning to deal with your "broken thermostat" with cold showers. You are learning from your experiences each day. Stay positive because you are almost through. We are still with you on your journey. ... (17 replies)
... Thanks, I will sure try it. :angel: (17 replies)
... about to ask about edema, thanks for bringing it up. Even if you were indoors, the weather can still affect and cause swelling. As to the perceived swelling, cold water soak is my remedy in the summer and in the winter it is to wear my insulated gloves. ... (17 replies)
... nown mechanism, meaning they do not know why or how it works to help reduce relapses. Originally this drug was designed for Psoriasis, and was then found to help with MS. ... (7 replies)
... Lots of good questions and let me start off by saying, NO. Im not a medical professional. What advice I am giving you is based on two things...first, I have MS and have lived thru this and second, when i was a newbie, just diagnosed, i was in complete panic. ... (45 replies)
... At this point, I can't imagine being intolerant to cold. I imagine it's as frustrating as heat intolerance! Do you think you will eventually move due to your cold issues? ... (12 replies)
... I have struggled through life since I was born having being abandoned at 4 months old and passed from hand to hand. Abused the first 25 years of my life then raped and brought a child into the world from that rape. ... (23 replies)
Support anyone ??
Nov 27, 2012
... in when the heat hit this past summer. I was hoping for another reprieve this Fall, but I've been gradually getting worse. I cannot distinguish between hot and cold in my feet, I don't shiver when it's cold, I can't tell where my feet are when I'm in bed without moving them or seeing them. Etc etc. etc. ... (1 replies)
... I figured that the stress of my job was going to kiill me, with or without MS! ... (16 replies)
... Yes, I said that. Its funny. I knew absolutely NOTHING about MS when my hand and fingers went numb....I was fortunate enough to have a wonderful MS nurse do my history and physical and the questions she asked....well, to this day, I remember having that "AH HA" moment... ... (44 replies)
... HI, having MS means that your internal themostat is not working...therefore, your body cannot regulate the temperature it is comfortable at. For some of us, being outside in the heat and humidity, can automatically give us cognitive issues, confusion, balance problems, etc. ... (15 replies)
... I also want to add that not everyone progresses. Many people have only one or two symtoms their entire life with MS...... ... (24 replies)
Worried I have MS
Apr 12, 2011
... I'm wondering if someone can provide me with some insight. I'm from the UK and have been experiencing some strange symptoms. ... (34 replies)


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