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... Remission in MS is not the same as remission with cancer. In cancer remission means the cancer is gone that's not the case with MS. ... (16 replies)
... Hi, I was dx. with MS in 1984 after a smattering of weakness issues and then ON. Fatigue was and still is an issue. My family didn't want to know or help, I had three children all whilst having MS and a lot of the symptoms I passed off as being a busy Mum. ... (16 replies)
For those with MS
Jan 24, 2008
... Heat sensitivity and the shower are just what they sound like. ... (12 replies)

... Mild MS" would be benign MS. Your MS Society can give you info. Mild MS can disappear quickly or can develop into more severe MS. I think that Mild MS is Early Stage MS, that is, not enough time has passed to know what category you should be. You can have all the symptoms of MS. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Hailster, while Optical Neuritis CAN be associated with MS it can also be a standalone disease. ... (5 replies)
... hi Cindy...very good to educate yourself and my information is coming from the National MS society .just in my own words...ok? ... (27 replies)
... they are not recommended for people conceiving or pregnant as they are often fresh out of clinical trials, and the effects are unknown. ... (3 replies)
Can MS go away?
Dec 26, 2007
... traditional things, to me, "remission" is still a safer word. And feeling that you've done something to put your MS into remission is still something to be proud of! But I think that "cure" is too strong a word. ... (8 replies)
MS twitching ??
May 16, 2008
... Johndo and Nenu- If I understand correctly RRMS means that it does not progress after new symptoms arrive, not that they disappear soon after. Is that right? Actually Nenu, you got this one right- and Johndo, youre actually alittle confused on this one....Nenu is right- with R/R MS, you can progress...however as long as you are having periods of remission, you can still be... (13 replies)
... Yes, I am a certified MS nurse. I have been working with MS patients for a long time. I also do injection training and patient education programs. I have also taught at a major university in New England. ... (14 replies)
... The reality is that MS is considered a progressive disease, whether or not it is shown to be progressing via MRIs or on a symptomatic level. ... (57 replies)
... I have posted but only a few times. The reason for that is I never found anyone's problems that related to what I was dealing with. I have actually known I had MS for the pass 32 yrs. but please let me say this . Even though I new of the MS it never present... ... (4 replies)
... Having MS is nothing to be afraid of.... ... (9 replies)
... They are currently doing quite alot of tests to see if there is any genetic inherent traits which can pass MS along. ... (14 replies)
... I was diagnosed with MS nearly 20 years ago. ... (4 replies)
... you might be dancing.....You do not know nor can anyone know. MS is not fatal, but it does or can slow your life down. I started power lifting after my MS diagnosis, but I had to take safety precautions. ... (6 replies)
MS twitching ??
May 15, 2008
... think the idea of RRMS not progressing is incorrect. I'm not a doctor mind you, but I understand it as, you can have further lesions appear as someone with RRMS, and that's what the various treatments, be it DMDs, antibiotics, diet, supplements etc are for. ... (13 replies)
... Today and yesterday have been a bad days. Lots of tears. Feeling weepy. ... (3 replies)
... The following information is only opinion, and should not be taken as absolute, only FYI for those interested. ... (0 replies)
... and since Lyme has a definitive test, and MS does now, many Neuros will say "sounds like MS" and then start ruling out what ELSE it could be. That is the logical way to dx MS. You cant test for it, so you have to rule out what it ISNT. ... (2 replies)


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