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... bacterial hand sanitizer in my purse, and actually the kids in my school use it too. I'm a substitute right now, but there is usually a bottle of that for them in every classroom. ... (12 replies)
... I keep getting sick. I had my tonsils taken out in August of 2005. due to recurrent infections. ... (12 replies)
... unless it is causing you partial paralysis or other major concerns. Overtime your body will build a resistance to Prednisone and you may also reach a lifetime limit. I would let your neuro know what is happening and your treatment. ... (15 replies)

... Steroid use has been around since before my diagnosis. The monitoring has improved. Steroid use may or may not be effective. ... (2 replies)
... Have you thought about going to a nutritionist? It has done alot for me It is amazing what eating good whole food can do to a body and lots of water too. You don't smoke do you? Because that could be causing alot of your illness. Yeah, the yogurt it is a probiotic and it puts the good enzymes or cultures into your body to help defend against infections etc... ... (12 replies)
... but they do not work for every MSer and some with RRMS get no effective benefit from medications either. Long term, if you start a medication, your body can build a resistance to that medication and reject it. You may be one such individual. ... (3 replies)
... Grandkids on the couch or recliner will be my method someday i hope. ... (24 replies)
... ds to the bank. I would also tell you that back in 1982 when I was diagnosed, steroids were the treatment for MSers, but there was a 2 year limit on their use. My MS Specialist at the time told me that the long term side effects were more detrimental to my health then the speedy recovery in the short term. ... (5 replies)
Oligoclonal bands
Jul 12, 2013
... toms and durations of old and new symptoms. As to treatments for nerve pain, they rarely work and those that do can quickly lose effectiveness as your body will build a resistance to them. ... (12 replies)
... x doesn't say exactly how much though. I am wondering if it is only a little bit, if it might be OK to take. I think I am going to put in a call to the nurses in my neurologist's office and ask them about this. They're a pretty good source of info. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks Ally. I think I already knew that. I think my Neurologist had told me once not to take Echinacea. ... (12 replies)
... I forgot to ask my doctor about it, am wondering if anyone else here has feedback on the product? ... (12 replies)
... globulin shots to boost my immune system. Now that I am teaching I am exposed to all of the same things I was exposed to as a child, and my immune system can't handle it. ... (12 replies)
... I work very closely with doctors of all sorts and patients with all kinds of terminal diseases...what they wouldnt do to have one of my "bad" days! Because of that, and what others have done for me, its always been a mission of mine to give back. ... (38 replies)
MS racing thoughts
Nov 19, 2013
... I am getting horrible knee pain from trying to pull my toes up when I walk. When people watch me walk they say I look like I am walking just fine. ... (18 replies)
MS racing thoughts
Nov 17, 2013
... Yes, no, and maybe. Yes this has happened to me, or happens to me. My legs will vary resistance from weak to strong depending on the seat height of a chair. If I am dangling my feet over the exam table, I have very little resistance. ... (18 replies)
... Steroid use has its limits and the body will build up a resistance to the steroids with each additional use. It also can leave toxic build up which can prove harmful. Muscle relaxers really depend upon the intent. Sometimes they are used to mitigate the abnormal muscle actions. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. I had no idea that I could build up a resistance, so thank you for that information. At least now I have some idea about what the problem is. ... (6 replies)
... I think that you are doing as best you can. Your meds are supposed to slow down the rate of progression, but this is not a guarantee. Your body can also build resistance or allergic reactions to the meds over time. Proper monitoring is important. ... (5 replies)
Newly dx with ms
May 4, 2014
... king a recommendation. The success for many of the meds available varies among MSers. For example, your steroids are often limited due to your body creating a resistance to the steroids or the steroids build up toxicity. For some MSers, steroids do not make a dent in their condition. ... (7 replies)

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