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I am having Multiple sclerosis

my age is 34 ..i am having severe memory loss..and some problem with my vision... met a doctor recenlty she is suspecting multiplesclerosis as i am devoloping some problem with my coordination....
Sun, 18 Sep 2011
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My brother who is now 14 years was diagnosed to have mulitple seclerosis, he was having the complaints as you have. He had memory loss, he was unable to walk properly. Docot asked him to get his eye also check up since he told that the multiple sclerosis affects eye also. He also told that there is no cure for this
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eye problems are common in multiple sclerosis patients, is the problem progressing further or is it resolved with the medicines, I think the steroids are given to your brother.
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Hey I am reaserching about it all the way for the last 3 months. I am an anthropology student, I am looking in such forums to learn more about the disease. Please post more about your experiences about this.
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Hmm, it is a neurological disease. Go for regular follow ups. Get a CT scan to confirm it

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