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High dose biotin for MS

High dose biotin for MS

High dose biotin, I’ve discussed this product many times on my blog. In an article on medical news today http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/315193.php Several studies on the use of biotin as a treatment for people with MS have shown positive results. One study found that people with MS who had taken high doses of biotin, reported reduced pain and improved energy levels. A French study showed that people with MS who had been treated with biotin found that their vision had improved. Scientists in Canada…

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Good morning Monday

Good morning Monday

it’s the beginning of another week. Kind of strange when you don’t work because you’re weeks don’t normally run like a workday week. However every Monday is physical therapy and my daughter is back to school so I still consider it the start of the week.  March is my last month of physical therapy, then it becomes a self-pay. They run a really great program called strive. You pay a monthly fee and you can use the gym and equipment…

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When your MS progresses your assistive devices progress too

When your MS progresses your assistive devices progress too

As multiple sclerosis progresses, so does your assistive needs. The first thing I got was the handicap parking permit. I’ve had this for many, many years. I got this early in my disease when I use to work in NYC and had to take a train. The parking at the station was insane and even back then walking that long distance in a rush to catch a train was very difficult. I was never able to run or skip again…

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My MS neurologist checkup

My MS neurologist checkup

I have 2 neurologists. One is a straight neurologist who diagnosed me 18+ years ago and has been with me since.  The other is a multiple sclerosis specialist in New York City who I’ve been seeing for about 2-3 years now.  Both of them work on different aspects of my MS. My neurologist is usually the symptoms manager. He prescribes the daily drugs I take. The specialist deals with which MS drug I’m on. The blood work, MRI scans and…

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