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... I am 32 years old from Toronto. I have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when I was 18 years ago. I love skiing, surfing, running and until February of this year I lived a very active life style when my symptoms worsened. I started feeling severe numbness in my left leg and my left arm. ... (2 replies)
... I am now so stressed about work, and the endless struggles to get even minor accommodation, that I can't walk, tonight. Can barely think, and may take leave without pay tomorrow. I guess I am going to have to get a lawyer to enforce the letters from my doctor. I have no ventilation in my office, and (11 replies)
... Have you been able to ascertain if the twitching and jerking and your foot problems are all MS related? ... (13 replies)

... spine. I usually have the burning sensation and severe pain in my lower back through my left hip down to my knee. ... (2 replies)
... not well to a heated blanket. I also have twitchy legs especially in the evenings and at night. Apparently there's at least one medication that can help with this but you'd definitely have to ask your MS Specialist about that. ... (13 replies)
Multiple sclerosis
May 22, 2001
... Can anyone tell me how those of y'all were diagnosed with MS. I saw the head of the Neurology department and also an intern, they did o9ral, memory and a preliminary visual testing and they said that I had MS, but they needed to do further testing to be sure. ... (8 replies)
... She is starting to feel numbness in a couple of fingers so we are very worried." Numbness can cycle in and out of your life. I experience quite often. It can be temperature induced or could be a lesion caused. ... (1 replies)
... ey hurt sometimes because of the sensations. In fact this was one of my first symptoms of MS. My finger tips started to go numb as well, but I'm in remission now and that has mostly gone away. I believe both those things are considered PN. ... (6 replies)
... Welcome. As our MS progresses over time, symptoms may change and the severity of those problems will increase. For some MSers, they are virtually unaffected. ... (2 replies)
... t seem to go away. Well I thought I was better and came in local. ... (0 replies)
... t seem to go away. Well I thought I was better and came in local. ... (4 replies)
... me for the kids. B4 I went local by a couple of months I got broncitis. I seemed to have it forever. It just wouldnt seem to go away. Well I thought i was better and came in local. ... (0 replies)
... few tiny scattered periventricular and subcortical white matter T2 and FLAIR hyperintensities are seen which are nonspecific. ... (5 replies)
Might have MS
May 5, 2007
... ld male about to enter college in August. In 2004, I had a concussion playing basketball for a school team. That concussion turned into postconcussion syndrome and I had to miss about a year and half of school to let my brain heal. ... (13 replies)
New here
May 28, 2006
... I have 15 yr old son who has two brain lesions on his left side of his brain. He does things like tremors in his hands and feet and he twitched his head alot at first i didn't think nothing of it. But he beginning to do this alot at times. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed 2 years ago with MS. It was a really frustrating process. I went through JOB after job and couldnt figure out WHY!!! ... (6 replies)
... Lhermittes sign is not exclusive to Multiple Sclerosis as there are other causes for this symptom. ... (7 replies)
... The doctor asked me a series of questions about numbness and tingling first.. ... (3 replies)


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