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Ms and pms
Jul 20, 2007
... Does any ones MS get worse when PMS starts? ... (6 replies)
Ms and pms
Jul 20, 2007
... I think it is true that MS is harder on the ones that love you. ... (6 replies)
Ms and pms
Jul 20, 2007
... anytime your hormones change, MS changes with it. For some, it gets worse already PMS time..most people are more affected when they actually GET their period... ... (6 replies)

... is said to have both hormonal properties as well as being the closest thing you can take to getting the vitamins from the Sun.....Epidemiology suggests that most MS is found in areas where sunlight is either lacking or poor... ... (18 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone's MS symptoms get worse around PMS time. My muscles seem to get alot more painful, restless painful at this time. ... (2 replies)
... Like I said, it's possible for lesions to show atypically. And I've seen many cases where one doctor might say the lesions are not indicative of MS but another one disagrees. ... (12 replies)
... I had a partial hysterectomy so I don't get periods any more, but sometimes I get PMS feelings, and I have had them for the past week, so maybe that is the cause of my yucky ness? ... (4 replies)
Ms and pms
Jul 20, 2007
... Yes,my symptoms seem to get wonky with PMS,especially the fatigue.But here lately everything is off due to steroids. Geez Nikki you mean to tell us that when we hit menopause we are all gonna be wonky with symptoms. Chris, I enjoy your sense of humor!!!!:jester: We must have that to get through the days with this disease. (6 replies)
... I have been lucky with my MS from the physical point of view but that cognitive relapse scared the life out of me. I hope and pray everyday that I NEVER suffer from that again. ... (14 replies)
... is sadia ,I am new here ,feeling a little shy. I been feeling odd things for about 5 yrs now,started with just some pin needle feelings once in awhile ..usually pms triggered it I thought,overtime a few strange incidents. ... (25 replies)
... Hi, Im not trying to debate here , but I can say I ran across some info as well pertaining to the harmful effects of aspartame.. However when one has Diabetes options are limited... Aspartame Side Effects The components of aspartame can lead to a number of health problems Then, there are users who donít Ďappearí to suffer immediate reactions at all. Even these... (6 replies)
... Hahaha, yes, I could deal with it being bad PMS! I am on Copaxone by the way. I went for 10 months without an episode, that was my longest stretch since my dx and for that I was very thankful! My dad had congestive heart failure, so I'm assuming it may be hereditary. I've been researching it on the web since I saw my doctor last week, there is a lot of information... (5 replies)
... I will be keeping my fingers crossed that it just turns out to be bad PMS or something! Ha! ... (5 replies)
... as for ur hysterectomy,,, my sister in law had a total one in 1994,, we were 24 yrs old,,, she had endometrosis,,, she still to this day has the PMS really bad, she is worse than me,, and i have MS and periods lol we joke about it alot. ... (4 replies)
... o my dr on the 27th thanks for the input. has anyone had any slurring of speech occasionally. usually this happens like triggering instances,,allergys flaring up pms ,I always linked it to that cause it's not an everyday occurance but has happen thru out the past 5 yrs. several times. also brain fog.. memory confusions ect.. ... (25 replies)
... In general, men deal with facts and not emotions. Women are wired differently and emotions play a part in dealing with life. It is quite common for men to detach from a situation that involves emotions because it is hard to be objective with emotions. Since PPMS hit me, my empathy level is quite high, but objective thoughts still rule my thinking. I was stressed... (11 replies)
... The ELISA test is very expensive, I don't know if the DX of MS is enough to get the test paid by my insurance company. ... (7 replies)
Tired spell??
Jan 3, 2006
... I had a partial hysterectomy, so no more periods, BUT about 3x's a year I get PMS and since the MS dx I notice that pms makes me feel crummy, the only thing that I know to do for it is to listen to my body and do what it wants, because the more I push, the worse it gets. ... (7 replies)
Even more worried
May 20, 2011
... You asked if other people have this much trouble getting a diagnosis and the answer is yes. MS is one of the hardest diseases to diagnose because there is no "one" test which definatively says 'YOU HAVE MS". ... (6 replies)
... My symptoms do get much worse at PMS time, I had a hysterectomy and don't get my period anymore, but a couple of times a year I get PMS. ... (4 replies)

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