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Can MS go away?
Dec 27, 2007
... Just because someone goes into a long remission does not mean they will become progressive once they have an exacerbation. I have gone years in between exacerbations and at this time I am still RR. ... (8 replies)
Can MS go away?
Dec 26, 2007
... My MS went into remission from 1984 to 2002. ... (8 replies)
... If you have Cancer and you are told you are in remission that indicates the is no signs or symptoms of cancer, the cancer is no longer active. ... (3 replies)

... I was diagnosed in 1982 and enjoyed remission from 1985-2002. I have never used meds. My neurologist has a patient who enjoyed 35 years of remission. My original neurologist (1982) said that DMDs were unnecessary. He allowed DMDs, but said they were unnecessary if no symptoms had presented for 2 years or more. I think that you will come across many differing opinions... (16 replies)
... I was diagnosed with MS nearly 20 years ago. ... (4 replies)
May 25, 2005
... During my pregnancy my MS went pretty much into remission. ... (11 replies)
... I just joined this forum and saw your email, I too suffer from seizures, when I first was diagnosed my left side went numb, no seizures, when I came out of remission it was seizures, I have them really bad, night one’s morning one’s, another words out of control. I am on Gabapentin, zonegran, Lacosamide, which is just for my seizures. I am pretty doped up and the seizures are... (12 replies)
... slow down the progression of the disease, by A. limiting new lesions on the MRI and B. by limiting new lesions, you reduce the relapses and C. reduce new symtoms from starting. Its not a fool proof science. There is SO much evidence that this works, but for some people, finding the right med is really tough. I was lucky.... ... (7 replies)
Jul 11, 2011
... Many doctors are moving away from the "remitting" phraseology. ... (2 replies)
Jan 15, 2013
... the types of MS are differentiated by very specific characteristics. ... (10 replies)
For those with MS
Jan 24, 2008
... MS will affect us most when we are HOT, either from a warm summer day or getting out of a too hot shower. ... (12 replies)
... Remission, in MS, can mean partial or complete. The most common remission is partial. Remission means not doing as bad as you were when in an exacerbation. In remission you can have permanent symptoms, symptoms that come and go and symptoms that completely resolve. ... (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)
... MS" and told that the aggressiveness would vary. When it went into remission, I was no longer required to attend the clinic until my symptoms returned. Again, MS varies person to person and gender to gender. I think that this is a major difficulty in ascertaining the "magic elixir". ... (39 replies)
... What follows is internet advice from a regular patient. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks guys, I think the word remission was what was getting me and to be clear, this was a third party transmission and not directly from the patient. ... (16 replies)
New ms dx
Jun 24, 2011
... Welcome to the heathboards! I cant imagine that anyone would verbalize those words that most people with MS do not live past 50...In my MS group which I attend, we have 7 people in their 80s and another 20 people in their 70s who show up monthly! ... (3 replies)
... The more progresive types of MS mean that you do not have any type of remission, the disease continuously gets worse. This is NOT what we have. ... (6 replies)
... I agree with both Bearygood and Snoopy and wanted to add that the doctor who told your friend this, is being irresponsible; however, are you 100% sure that your friend isnt just hearing what she wants to hear? I have been on Rebif (one of the disease modifying drugs) for 15 months now. Ive had 3 MRIs during this time and no new lesions have presented..keeping in mind that... (16 replies)
30 YR old Matthew
May 17, 2014
... I have been taking the Gabapentin for 6 months now, this has taken my hand from the electrical feeling tingle numbness to a "heavy" or "dead weight" feel. It has also helped some other pain such as my neck. ... (13 replies)

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