Hi, I got diagnosed in August 2016. I can honestly say in that time, I have gone downhill very slowly. Last 6-8 months especially. Need a stick whenever I’m out now and my left hand really started to play up. Has period when it tenses up, go tingly and is incredibly annoying. Also had bad ba…
The symptoms of multiple sclerosis vary significantly from one person to another. Many experience sensory issues such as optic neuritis (blurred vision), pins and needles or neuropathic pain. Others have difficulty with movement, including problems with coordination, dexterity or foot drop. Fatigue is often described as the most common MS symptom. Learn more about MS symptoms and how they can be managed with treatments by speaking to others who understand.
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Hi Anyone heard of using lavender oil or cream on your legs for spasms or cramp if so which ones work best I have primary progressive ms.nurse took me off some of my tablets and am suffering pain. Lesley
Hi folks, I just found this community through MS Australia as I am worried about some symptoms that have been creeping up on me. To be honest, an MS diagnosis would be a welcome relief at this point, as my mind has been going to Alzheimers, ALS or brain tumour. (Dr Google has a lot to answer for.) …
Hi everyone I hope you are well on this gloomy February day! I’ve posted here a couple of times moaning about my post lemtrada fatigue and ongoing balance problems….just wondering if anyone on here who had had lemtrada and felt wiped out for the first 3 months…had any positive stories…
I was having such a great relapse free streak.. was almost at 19 months without a relapse. Now, almost a month ago, i had a relapse, and just started a second relapse yesterday. I’m scared shitless and totally down in the dumps!
Am now taking Tecfidera after 23 years on Beta Interferon. Relapsing Remitting has finally become secondary progressive, but they did tell me when I was first diagnosed that R.R would become 2nd in 10-15 years, and it has taken 23, so not complaining, Beta Inferon was very good as far as I was conc…