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Multiple Sclerosis

Also called: MS

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The best way to determine if sex benefits MS patients may be to compare some of the early disease symptoms with the suspected benefits of enjoying a...
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Absolutely not.
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No. These are separate, unrelated diseases.
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After months of antibiotics the wound continued until it became MRSA aka Folliculitis. I feel it has become worse with lumps in the back of my neck...
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I can answer the first half, as I was tested for MS myself after lesions were found. MRI's of MS show lesions in the brain. They would be done...
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Hi, Yes your find emotional changes do happen with MS, I think you find its down to stress.You could google ms side effects personality changes good...
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MS Contin is morphine and and opioid; oxycodone is another opioid, so I doubt that a drug test will show up as negative.
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It is important to discuss this with your doctor.  You may have a disorder called pica.  While I am not an expert on this disorder, I...
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Because you already have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), I'd suggest you contact your primary health care provider to inform him or...
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I'm sorry, but my answer is: None. At least, not without consulting your physician.In general, I discourage anyone from using weight loss pills...
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This is a really good question. There is a lot that we don’t really know about rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and multiple sclerosis (MS).Both MS and...
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Tysabri is approved as single therapy for the treatment of people with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS) to reduce the frequency of flare...
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The most common side effects are: infections headache fatigue depression joint pain menstrual problems It is important that patients are...
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Tysabri can be prescribed to treat patients who have relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis. The drug reduces the frequency of MS attacks and delays...
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Before you and your doctor take any steps to switch treatment, make sure you're taking your MS medication exactly as prescribed. "One of the...
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