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Dr.    Muhammad Sareer Khalil MD

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Dr.  Praveen Tayal MD

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Dr.   Eris Ranxha MD

Hi are these symptoms of ms constant low back pain also pain in legs sometimes numbness burning sensation in legs or feet vibrating sensation now I feel like I have something between my pinky toe been suffering with these... View answer

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Dr.   Sudhir Kumar MD

My daughter is having seizures, she is an adult & has MS. Has been seen by family MD been taken to ER and still no one is doing anything to help. What is our next step? She falls and has numerous injuries to her head as a... View answer

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Dr. Olsi Taka MD

I am NAB positive. I also have inflammation probably from Arthritis . Will you tell me exactly and all of the ins and outs of what NAB is? I was paralyzed 20 years ago and have had numerous severe illnesses . I am in... View answer

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Dr. Sivaraman MD

My mother in law has MS. She has been forgetting things and mistaking what we tell her for about a year now. Would it be ok for me to contact her Neuro and let him know before her next appt. I do not want her to know that... View answer

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Dr. Sivaraman MD

Dear Sir, I have a friend with Ms. He was on a drug called avonex. He was taking it for the last year. he just up and decied to stop taking it. He has not been on it for two weeks. he claims to be feeling well but I have... View answer

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Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi MD

I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis Nov 2007, after several intermittened episodes of vomiting, I can only descibe it like food poisoning... I have been given Cinnarazine in the last month to take ... View answer

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Dr. NAYANKUMAR G. TADA MD

If someone argued that the reason twins often share multiple sclerosis is not because it’s hereditary, but because of some abnormality in the mother’s pregnancy such as maternal exposure to a toxin ... View answer

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Dr. Olsi Taka MD

My sister has MS and has got worse and has been put in a home by her husband, I feel so upset for her and I always felt a s a child and up until she was diagnosed with ms when she was 39 she used lots of cortison cream on... View answer

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Hello... Multiple sclerosis has a bad prognosis and the condition worsens very fast...

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