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... you never know! I haven't read anything about dental treatment and MS. It might just be one of those amazing coincidences, but you never know... ... (6 replies)
... A preliminary study into the dental health status of multiple sclerosis patients. ... (12 replies)
MS Myths
Jun 30, 2012
... nger. Many women have had children following their diagnosis and I had two sons following my diagnosis. Family and work are not limited by MS, HOWEVER, if your MS begins to impair your work or can lead to a safety issue, I would encourage you to seek assistance or think about disability. ... (1 replies)

... I've heard that it's pretty common for pwms to have an exaserbation after having surgery, dental or otherwise, or after having a physical injury. Even an emotionally traumatic event often preceeds an exaserbation. ... (1 replies)
... I owe a big part to Bearygood, who said to me something to the effect, it's hard when you have a mild case of MS to accept that you have the disease. ... (15 replies)
... times a year. I would tell my GP. We lived in a small town. I had lost my first 2 babies during this time to stillbirths, they were just born too preemie and I would seem to lose them after a few months. ... (3 replies)
... I have astigmatism in both eyes and am slightly shortsighted in one eye and long in the other. The eye problems I've had don't seem to relate to this though...It started when I woke up one morning and couldn't focus at all in one eye. ... (2 replies)
... been on the blink! You might consider going for dental implants. ... (37 replies)




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