My husband is 34 and his grandfather had MS and was ultimately paralysed. Last few months he lost sensitivity during sex though he has no problems with having an erection and ejaculating, he just can't feel any of the orgasm. And he has burning/tingling feelings when he pees (like a yeast infection). Has anyone dealt with this or heard of this? What kind of doctor would be best to see for this? This has been so scarry and infuriating - thank you for your responses and support!
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Hi there. About a year and a half ago, at age 20, I started to to have serious bladder problems, shaking/tremors in my hands, and extreme fatigue. I went to my GP who then sent me to a neurologist. Immediately after I listed my symptoms she said MS, this instantly freaked me to because my grandpa had crippling MS and was in a wheelchair in his 30's and passed away in his 60's. I have no idea if genetics plays a role in MS but it is was still scary because my only memories of him where from his final days. She scheduled me for an MRI, and everything came back clear.
To me, this is not light reading, so follow the path that most suits you.
ECTRIMS/EAN guideline on the pharmacological treatment of people with multiple sclerosis...
l urge all of you who are newly diagnosed - or those of you who think that you might have MS - plus families - do join the fb groups on Vitamin D Protocol - and High dose Vitamin d for Autoimmune diseases.
The success rate is 90% plus - especially on 'newbies'. No side effects - unlike most prescribed drugs. Do give this a try - takes about 6 months before you start improving.
Google Dr Coimbra's Protocol for Auto-immune diseases.
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For many years l have been interested in Vitamin D3. And have been taking - what l thought was a high dose supplement.
10,000ius daily for many years - then 20,000ius. l regularly have my levels checked -via CityAs says Lab B/ham. And so far my levels have not exceeded 98nmols.
Recently, l have been interested in following Dr Coimbra - Brazillian neurologist who for about 10yrs has been treating patient with auto -immune diseases with a high dose vitamin d3 protocol.
Apologies if this ,again,is old news or is in the wrong place but has anyone heard of or researched the possible link between Acinetobactor bacteria and ms and other auto immune diseases.
I just came across it while googling stuff but what i could find are papers that i really don't understand so perhaps someone more informed could point me to other sources. thanks c
PLEASE HELP !! Getting divorced after marriage of 23 with 4 kids with M/S diagnosis of primary progressive 5 years ago. I love my wife very much. I have found myself talking to other women in a more suggestive way and getting emotionally attached to them. I also feel more alone and This has caused trouble in my marriage and now my wife wants a divorce. In my research I have found that these kinds of behaviours could be caused by the M/S as lesions in brain could be affecting my cognitive dysfunction causing poor judgement.
WWW>NEWS-MEDICAL.NET Biotin benefits 'clinically relevant' in progressive multiple sclerosis.
Still doing well on biotin - and thiamine - and vit d3/vit k2/ magnesium/B12/B complex/ omega 3 /pro-biotics/ turmeric and uncle tom cobley and all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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