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A Question For People With MS

Dr. Park here from the sleep-breathing forum. I answered Laura's question about sleep and MS here:

http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/756264

I'm taking an informal poll for people with known MS:

What's your favorite sleep position? Is it your back, side or stomach?

After I tally up the results, I'll give you the reason that I ask.
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739070 tn?1338607002
Sleep position -side
695000 tn?1316139648
either side
199980 tn?1233801004
unfortunately I can only sleep on my back now.
I wake up with painful numbness if I sleep any other way...
April
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Start on my stomach, but I think I end up on either side.
611606 tn?1315521367
Since 1997 I have had to sleep on a recliner, due to spasms when I try to lay down. I am at a slight angle, not quite in an up-right position. Spasms are so much worse when my body starts to relax. Sleep is mostly cat-naps
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Start on my stomach but end up on either side.
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