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... That wasnt long winded at all. I hope you continue to like this new doctor and the change in meds works for you! Sometime, that is all we need. I have been on 8 different DMDs and recently stopped taking Aubagio due to kidney problems. The only consistent drug I have been on for 10 years is low dose naltrexone (LDN). It is not used often in the US but it is used regularly... (4 replies)
... I just recently changed doctors. I have been getting progressively worse over the last few months. Went to the ms specialist I had been seeing for 10 years and he basically just increased my medications and had me start pt. ... (4 replies)
... Ocrevus is a rather new drug. I havent seen anyone post about it yet, but maybe someone is lurking who will respond to you. I am sorry that your stage has changed. May I ask what caused your doctor to decide that? Ive often wondered how after 15 years I am still R/R. I hope this drug works for you! (4 replies)

... Kathi, Pregnant women GIVE MUCH Omega 3 fatty acids from their own bodies TO their babies. The brain, eyes, bowels and kidneys are 80% omega 3 fatty acids. I don't know how MANY kids your sister has, but, IMO this is a contributing factor why women out number men in most all of the auto-immune diseases. Doctors IMO, are mostly (not all, but mostly) morons, I definitely... (11 replies)
... ridden. One sister was diagnosed 12 years ago, right about the time of meds such as avonex to reduce symptoms. She is still living a pretty normal life. ... (10 replies)
... I am a 25 year old female, who for the last 10 years has been dealing with an array of symptoms. I spent several years doing research and seeing specialists but every test came back normal and most of the doctors dismissed my concerns. ... (10 replies)
... I am 43 years old mother of 2 girls. ... (7 replies)
... she was wheelchair bound and adamant that her attitude would conquer all throughout my high school years and after. At this time, she choose to get off the drug. I witnessed first had the effects of both DMDs and NO meds on this person. ... (57 replies)
MS for 13 years
Dec 16, 2005
... Wow, great to hear from you all. I was dx 9 years ago and have never taken meds for MS... ... (10 replies)
... nutritional levels and everything came back normal. Over the years I've had my blood tested a number of times and it is always normal. ... (10 replies)
... vchildd, you started this by asking "will copaxone start working AGAIN after ten years". Is that what you meant to say? As in it has stopped working, and youre wondering if it will start working again? Of are you asking if it is still working after ten years? Once a drug stops working, it probably will not work in the future. Our bodies build up antibodies to certain... (4 replies)
... Hi all. I am gonna apologize in advance if this gets long. I am 39 years old, will be 40 next month. Many years ago after a bout of Optic Neuritis and other odd symptoms I was hospitalized for these symtoms and a neuro on call with the hospital saw me. ... (2 replies)
... Approximately 20 years ago, I had an intermittent numb spot on my left shoulder blade. It would come, it would go, I thought it odd, but not terribly disturbing. ... (3 replies)
... every five years or more, and those flare ups were nothing in severity like the first ones. ... (57 replies)
... My first symptom was 22 years ago and except for two bouts of optic neuritis which completely resolved, most of these years I have had no symptoms or they were relatively mild or not long lasting. ... (57 replies)
... Hi JayHawk, Thanks for reminding me of what my true perspective really is! 25 years ago, I promised myself that this disease would not rule my life. I never let myself become an MSer, but instead was a woman, wife and mom who just happened to have MS. This attitude worked for me and I think even saved me. I went to my neurologist yesterday purposely to tell him that I... (57 replies)
... For the majority of the 25 years I have had it, I have succeeded in not becoming an MSer, but rather continued to be a woman who just happened to have MS. ... (57 replies)
2 years on avonex
Oct 14, 2007
... which would lead a doc to believe that testing is WORTH the general, people do stay on their same drug up to ten years in many cases... ... (9 replies)
MS for 13 years
Mar 30, 2005
... depressants, neurotin, you name it. I don't like taking pills so the last several years I basically live with the symptoms. I have had physical therapy a few times in the last several years. My symptoms come and go.I go to the Dr. ... (10 replies)
... I dont think it is unusual for us to have periods of time where we just arent ourselves...but I do think you need to think about how things have been the past 3 years and the fact that you are still doing well and try to tell yourself that this is just a phase and you need to talk yourself through it. ... (6 replies)

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