I am a 28 years old male. I was diagnosed PPMS two weeks ago after a rather long period of uncertainty. Because drop foot was my only symptom (what about low libido?), nobody around me actually though I could have MS.
After an MRI, evoked potentials and a lumbar puncture together with no relapses —> PPMS.
I’ve been suffering from really low libido for the last year (something not normal for me 5 years ago), and a sense of weakness on my legs. Do you think ocrelizumab will be able to make me feel better? What about sexual apathy? Will my legs feel any stronger?
Is there any life habit you’d suggest for me to change now that I still enjoy good neurologic function?
Pd: I work at a pharmaceutical company and I know quite a bit about available MS treatments. Lets hope for the EMA or FDA to approve either a remyelination therapy or a stem cell treatment for MS in our lifetime!
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