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Could I possibly have ms ? I had MRI which had white spots . I have constant headaches?

Posted 16 Jul 2013 by Mkay_68r 2 answers

My MRI showed 2 white spots on my brain what could this be

Multiple Sclerosis - Is chest pain common in people with MS?

Posted 18 Mar 2014 6 answers

I have (attacks) times that i get a heavy feeling in my chest it starts under my left breast then turns into a very sharp pain that goes to the top of my left arm,up that side of my neck and around my jaw.It started shortly after all the other symptoms and was only in my chest but now has ...

White lesions on brain MRI, but spinal tap is negative for MS. I did have double vision for 3 month?

Posted 2 days 15 hours ago by Tjeb 0 answers

I woke up with double vision the day after Christmas. Dr. said 6th nerve palsy. Palsy lasted 3 months and resolved itself. MRI shows white lesions on brain. Spinal tap shows negative for MS. I've had migraines for many years, never had MRI. Also found a brain tumor and pituitary cyst. The ...

My husband has MS. He took steroids and now is bloated what do we do?

Posted 3 days ago by Kylene 0 answers

My husband had 5 days of sulumedol. Last day was Friday. He started feeling bad and his abdomen is really bloated. What do we need to do?

Veripred 20 - MS medication. What works best for you?

Posted 7 days ago by ashrod 0 answers

Need guidance in finding a med that helps not makes it worst

What type of pill is blue, has a cross cut on the back and on the front it has just MS?

Posted 13 days ago by Rcbarton 1 answer

Back might also say SW don't know but there is no other numbers on it

Do people with MS suffer from excessive tremors of the hands and weakness of the feet?

Posted 17 days ago by policeman 1 answer

was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and parkinson's disease after 4 years of the fibro diagnosis. suffering from extreme tremors and pain on the right side of the body. Has difficulty walking and at times blurred vision, has anxiety and depression. Neurologist stated that the cause of severe ...

I have a question concerning treatment for MS:?

Posted 29 Mar 2017 by Mariposa0620 1 answer

Does anyone know if there are any new drugs on the market other than injectible biologics for the treatment of Relaxing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis? Thank you...

Multiple Sclerosis - Ocrevus approval date?

Posted 28 Mar 2017 by cpapa 1 answer

I have RRMS and have been waiting for Ocrevus to be approved for RRMS. I know it has been used for PPMS at this point. I have been on most available meds over the years. It was reported that Ocrevus would be FDA approved by March 28. Where can I find out if the approval went through?

Today I took my first 120mg dose of tecfidera and I was doing good for about 2 hours with no side?

Posted 22 Mar 2017 by Karinalynne23 1 answer

... effects. Then I got a little hungry, ate a PB&J and withinot about 20 minutes I get super hot super fast!! Not fun, it felt like a severe sun burn and my skin was tight. I sure hope this doesn't last forever with these pills. Absolutely hated the copaxone shots and won't go back

Has anyone used Cosentyx for psoriatic arthritis and multiple sclerosis?

Posted 17 Mar 2017 by melsuz 0 answers

I have a history of severe psoriatic arthritis and have been treated with biologics, Humira and then Enbrel which I did well on but then developed neurological symptoms and seizures and CNS MRI showed multiple lesions brain and spinal and just awaiting what looks like being a diagnosis of multiple ...

Glatiramer - Here is my question for a person determined to have ms?

Posted 20 Mar 2017 by Boscuser9 0 answers

I'm very interested in how many persons that took the original Copaxone (20mg X 7 days a week, for at least 5 to 10 years, that then decided to stay with the new Copaxone, and switching to the (40mg X 3 days a week, Mon. We'd. & Fri, that then had relapses within approximately 2-15 ...

Can you have a Tysabri infusion in less than 28 days?

Posted 11 Mar 2017 by rfoxover31 1 answer

i have a Tysabri infusion every 28 days but I will be away on the date I am due to have my next infusion. Can i have it under 28 days or over 28 days. I have multiple sclerosis

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