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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)
Not MS, then what?
Nov 22, 2015
... with partial being the most common. Remission in MS means doing better than you were when in an exacerbation. ... (19 replies)
Jul 11, 2011
... In MS, if the word remission is used, simply means you are not doing as bad as when in a relapse. ... (2 replies)

... At the present time there are 4 categories of MS. The most common type is called "Relapsing Remitting". By definition, there will be periods of remission in this type of MS. Some may have the same symptoms that linger or they may even disappear but it does not mean the disease is gone. ... (16 replies)
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)
... 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)
New ms dx
Jun 24, 2011
... and have had MS for over 33 years. I have met many with MS each time I go to the MS clinic. The majority of those I meet are in their 60's, 70's, and a couple in their 80's. One gentleman had taken 30 years to diagnose and another elderly gentleman had enjoyed 30 years of remission. ... (3 replies)
... Hey guys, I am newly diagnosed and in talking to people about it, I have twice been told of people going into "remission" with MS. The first went through chemo and now it is GONE. ... (16 replies)
Can MS go away?
Dec 26, 2007
... Yes, MS can go into remission for even much longer. ... (8 replies)
... It takes time, possibly a few years, to determine what type of MS a person may have. Your Neurologist will need to observe your MS and see how it behaves. ... (6 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)
No more MS meds
Mar 22, 2005
... The thing with MS is that the immune system is over eager to attack what it wrongly perceives as an enemy, which in MS is a component of myelin in the central nervous system. ... (27 replies)
Jul 15, 2013
... You just need to see an MS Specialist to get through a diagnosis. While long term it would be good to keep up with one, as you are in West Texas, this may prove most difficult. I see my MS Specialist once every 6 months. FOr me it is about a 2 hour drive each way. ... (12 replies)
... and can definately cause an excaberation in MS patients. Even my nutritionist, who is a huge Detox fan, has told me to stay away from it.... ... (4 replies)
... and what kind, I went under the advice of my neurologist. He has a good reputation, and is very experienced with MS. I trust him. I also had a consult with an MS specialist over in Miami. Medication is a personal choice. Do your research. I personally was not willing to sit back and take any chances... ... (29 replies)
Sep 3, 2008
... Remission in MS is about not doing as bad as when you were having a relapse. That does not mean you won't deal with symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... continuously ongoing worsening symtoms, with no remission in between, no drugs at this time approved for PPMS but clinical trials in effect. ... (14 replies)
... If you have MS it's a little too soon to know what type of MS you may have. ... (7 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. ... (16 replies)
Feb 21, 2013
... You mention 26 years prior. Did you experience MS symptoms between 1985 and 2011? ... (4 replies)

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