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multiple sclerosis - Has anyone been involved with any MS research programs?

A: 20 Dec 2011 Hi, Christieoo the only experience or the one time I was asked to be involved in a program, I tested positive for something and because of the blood work result I could not be a part of it. When I had to go for the blood draw, they had a certain nurse that had to come with me and the person taking the blood had to give the nurse my blood straight away. I had to sign some papers that I agree for them to test me to see if I could be a part of the study. It came back positive so I could not be apart of the study anyway. But anyway I wish you luck that you can be apart of the study, but I wouldn''t worry about feeling like you were a experiment subject think of yourself as being one of the chosen few who are about to help change the future. Take care Liz. Votes:+0CommentVote...


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multiple sclerosis - has anyone ever experienced a strange feeling in the front of the neck - numb?

A: 24 Sep 2011 I am so sorry you haven''t got a response to this question I do have that same problem at times its like I even have a hard time swallowing even drinking something I don''t know if it from nerve damage or a weekening of muscles I wish I could givve a reason why but I do know it is common also a electric or buzzing feelingin the back of the neck kind of what it feels like when putting your tongue on a 9volt battery. Very strange but when I talked to the neuro he said yes a sign of ms... that was the apt I was being diagnosed wasn''t even gonna mention it actually he asked me if it was one of my symptons which was on the end of my 100 differnt ones wasn''t gonna mention cause I didn''t wanna seem crazy lol! Antway all I know is its normal for people with ms wish I could say more....


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multiple sclerosis - was diagnosed with M.S. 2 years ago it has affected my rib cage on the right?

A: 8 Nov 2011 Hi and welcome. I feel for your pain and I know exactly what you are talking about. Our son has MS since 2005, aged 34 yrs. old. Most of his severe pain is in his thoracic spin and rib cage. he does have two lesions on his spine which contributes to his pain but the rib cage pain is called the MS hug. I am most sure that his what his neuro at Univ. of Penn hospital calls it. I know how he suffers with it and they are treating the pain with neurontin, baclofen and tynenol3. It doesn''t help though. He is currently on tysabri and had 8 infusions which are helping. What meds are you on? Hope this info helps you. Votes:+0CommentVote upReport litlmommag 8 Nov 2011Thank you both for this info I''ve had it b4 didn''t know what it was or that it was related to the ms.thank you again...


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Managing multiple sclerosis (MS)

A: Hello - I''ll try and add my thoughts and observations to your excellent list of concerns where I think it might make a difference. The pain in your lower left abdomen (actually sounds like the upper left quadrant) is probably caused by muscular spasm. There are so many vagaries involved with MS this is probably best left to your neurologist to make suggestions on, since he can view the full patient. Regarding sleep: fairly recent studies found that there is no significant risk (of dependence of otherwise) in taking Ambien and related drugs (of the same family) on a daily basis for an indefinite period. I''d take it straight through the weekend and feel as good as possible as much as possible. About fatigue: this will doubtless be a variable, so the best thing for it is to learn to...


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What is multiple sclerosis?

A:  This should help.. MS affects the ability of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord to communicate with each other. Nerve cells communicate by sending electrical signals called action potentials down long fibers called axons, which are wrapped in an insulating substance called myelin. In MS, the body`s own immune system attacks and damages the myelin. When myelin is lost, the axons can no longer effectively conduct signals. The name multiple sclerosis refers to scars (sclerosesóbetter known as plaques or lesions) in the white matter of the brain and spinal cord, which is mainly composed of myelin. Although much is known about the mechanisms involved in the disease process, the cause remains unknown. Theories include genetics or...


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What are the signs&symptoms of multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system. symptoms of multiple sclerosis can be mild, severe or something in between. Most people who have multiple sclerosis develop symptoms between the ages of 20 and 40, according to both the Mayo Clinic and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.Limbsmultiple sclerosis causes numbness or weakness in the limbs. This can happen on one or both sides of the body. multiple sclerosis can cause tingling or pain....


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What is it like to live with multiple sclerosis (MS)?

A: I have MS. It is hell and full of cognitive errors and fear. I have survived it by doing the celiac diet, which is ... Shasha said: 1 I forgot to say bioidentical hormones are a must when you get to menopause of you swell up from estrogen in the body. Progesterone helps make myelin, helps sleep, helps bones and cognitive errors. Best wishes. Sign in to report abuse or send a compliment 37 months ago Shasha said: 2 MS people need...


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What Are The Treatments That Can Help With multiple sclerosis?

A: At the moment, there is no cure for multiple sclerosis but there are several treatments that can help lessen some of the symptoms and keep the affected person mobile and in control of their own lives as long as possible. Steroid drugs, such as methylprednisolone can be given to people with multiple sclerosis. This tends to shorten periods of relapse and also make the symptoms experienced during relapses much easier to cope with.  Taking steroids for short periods is not too much of a problem but taking them over a long time can cause more problems than the solve. Common side effects include higher than normal blood pressure,...
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Testing for multiple sclerosis and other pain issues

A: multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune condition that affects the nerves of the central nervous system, leading to destruction of myelin, which is the basic component of the outer layer of the nerves. This is further manifested with certain neural symptoms. The name refers to multiple scars in the neural tissue which might be visualized with different imaging methods. The symptoms might include: sensation changes such as paresthesia or hypoesthesia, muscle weakness, or muscle spasms. Pain might be located, too. Depending of which nerves are affected, problems with speech, visual problems, or urination and defecation disorders might be present. Mood changes and...


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Whether Ayurvedic drugs are helpful for the sure of multiple sclerosis?

A: Ayurvedic medicines can help in the treatment of symptoms, like reducing the recurrent occurring symptoms and decreasing the impact of the overall symptoms that a patient of multiple sclerosis, may experience. It is helpful and it can be used. But do not find anyone getting cured for multiple sclerosis, by the use of any therapies....


 
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