Last reply 2 months ago
Is this true?

Patients who have rare attacks and are minimally disabled ten years after being diagnosed with MS are said to have benign MS. This group constitutes only about 10-15% of the total MS patient population, although there is some evidence suggesting that this course may be more common than is currently appreciated.?

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highlander
2 months ago

@nutshell88
It would appear so!
Even the ms society website agrees with what you’ve written.
But from my point of view..
If I had a loaded gun pointed at my head, that could go bang when it feels like it, then I would take and do everything thing I can to have it unloaded and made safe permanently.
Rather than we’ll see if it goes bang, then causes loads of irreparable damage… then go well let’s see what we can do for you now.
That’s just little old me speaking tho I’m not a doctor.
Keep smiling


chezy17
2 months ago

@nutshell88 I always like to think if you can have it other benign illnesses why not MS? I think hope is a powerful thing and a game changer šŸ˜Š!


nutshell88
2 months ago

In my case altho They found atrophy in 2004
But years passes with no relapses sometimes
@chezy17
Im determined to beat this MS at least challange it best I can


nutshell88
2 months ago

In my case altho They found atrophy in 2014
But years passes with no relapses sometimes
@chezy17
Im determined to beat this MS at least challange it best I can

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