About Me: Male, 60, Great Neck, NY, member since Oct 2011
My first MS episode was in 1991. The second was in 2009. Neither one was all that thoroughly investigated, as the both resolved on their own. The latest on was in July 2011. This is the one that lead to my DX. In October of 2011 I was DX with SPMS. I started Tysabri inf
[More]usions in November.
Tysabri seems to have stopped working, as my CSF shows signs of disease activity. So now it's on to Rituxan!
I live in Great Neck, NY with two cats and two birds. My girlfriend has been putting up with me for nearly 14 years :-)
"Hi Katie -
I'm sorry you're going through a rough patch. I'm not a doctor, but waht you describe does not sound like MS to me. MS does not present with rashes or sores. It just doesn't. And the pins and needles associated with MS do ..."
"I am having hip replacement surgery in May. I am meeting with my neurologist a monthe before. As it's been over 4 years since my last relapse (SPMS) I don't anticipate having one in May. That said I will have a full discussion about meds..."
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