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MS and Alcohol
Feb 5, 2004
... Hi , my wife was diagnosed with MS in 1982 .She can not have any alcohol at all . It just seems to really be poison to her system . To be on the safe side I would recommend that anyone with MS not indulge in drinking alcohol. ... (8 replies)
MS and Alcohol
Jan 17, 2004
... hi, i technically have not been diagnosed, i am still being tested, but i am a nursing student and have done extensive research since, my "possible" dx. ... (8 replies)
MS and Alcohol
Jan 16, 2004
... Does anyone know the effects alcohol can have when DX with MS. And does anyone know if there are any adverse effets of drinking and taking Copaxon. ... (8 replies)

MS and Alcohol
Jan 17, 2004
... nored it until lately. I notice when we go drinking, that it seems to kick in a few of his symptoms into overdrive. Sometimes he may only have about six beers, and it makes him look like he has had 12. A few times recently, after having around six to seven beers, he was not able to walk. It is like his back goes out. ... (8 replies)
... I'm a relatively healthy 28yr old male. I have the ability to goto the gym, do hours of cardio, lift upto and more than 200lbs with my feet, never any problem lifting weights with my arms and such. ... (8 replies)
... Yes you can drink with MS but, check with the doctor or Pharmacist about any interactions with medications. ... (15 replies)
... there is only one way to diagnos MS and that is to rule out everything else. ... (8 replies)
... I think this is another case of everyone is different and everyone's MS is different! ... (15 replies)
... Well I finally got the call from my Neuro about my visit to the MS Specialist. I thought I had a great Neuro but after today I think a little differently of him. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I hope that you can find a way to place alcohol at the bottom of your list. You might ask for a rehab counselor. Alcohol can perpetuate depression and can, as you pointed out, affect your liver. Alcoholism is probably a bigger factor in broken families than MS. ... (4 replies)
... I work. 50 plus hours a week. In a very demanding job. I also teach online college courses for a large university. I have three kids and a home to manage. I have MS and have many, many lesions on my brain. Ive managed to get a post graduate education since my diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... I was diagnosed with MS almost a year now, and have noticed a dramatic change in my reaction to alcohol. ... (15 replies)
... t say the alcohol is causing all of that,,, i would say the MS is,, just knowing u have MS and how we feel is enough to make anyone wanna drink and just blow off on ppl. ... (4 replies)
... I have an occasional glass of wine. It definitely makes me more fatigued and worsens my balance, and one glass is my limit. I only have a drink when I'm at home with no major things to do the next day. Beyond that, it's fine for me. ... (15 replies)
... I don't think it can actually "help" anything to drink alcohol everyday or every other day. I do not yet have a diagnosis, but am pretty close, and have gone to several parties while I was stuggling with my symptoms in college. Alcohol depresses your CNS, so I did feel better at the time of drinking! ... (15 replies)
... I totally agree with Shelleytab...never before in my life did I have a hangover, and now, when I have more than one drink, I feel it for days... ... (15 replies)
... Is it possible that you would answer these questions one way, and he would answer another? ... (15 replies)
... I stopped drinking completely 1. ... (15 replies)
MS Symptoms
Jan 16, 2004
... Does anyone know the effects of drinking alcohol when dx with MS and the effects of alcohol while taking Copaxon? ... (9 replies)
Diet for MS
May 22, 2008
... Although the Swank Diet is healthy and some do reccomend it for MS, there is no diet which slows down the progression of the disease. ... (37 replies)




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