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Raindrops on roses, and whiskers on kittens....
Some of the posts that have appeared here really deserve to be a health page on their own - the information content is rich and valuable
I am starting this new health page as a way to keep easy access to some of these outstanding threads and journal entries. And I am counting on all of you community members to add to this list of some of the other classics from the MS forum.
By having this quick reference list of must read posts, new members will have easy access to this information while us older members won't have to search our memories for the right title and names to reference these classics.
So, in no particular order, here are the posts that we feel every forum member should read at least once, if not more often:
TIMELINES - ALL ABOUT
Summary: What a timeline is and how to construct one - the most important thing a patient usually must do to be taken seriously
THE PROPER CARE AND HANDLING OF A NEUROLOGIST
Summary: How to be the ideal patient while remaining in control of your medical team
CRANIAL NERVES and WHAT THEY CONTROL
Summary: read very far down into this post and you will find Quix's explanation of the what's and therefores of the cranial nerves.
MY LP - IN ALL THE DETAILS
Summary: One woman's experience from start to finish with the dreaded lumbar puncture (aka: spinal tap).
LOSIN' IT - HOW WE MICTURATE PROPERLY
Summary: Urination in a nutshell - how our bladder works and sometimes doesn't!
ADVENTURES IN THE SANDBOX
Summary: Q's sharing with everyone how to retrain our bladders to be submissive to our wishes rather than its whims.
VERTIGO VS DIZZINESS
Summary: How can you tell the difference and what helps, written by Dr. Q.