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I have just been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) and was wondering if any one has ever experienced electric shock in the whole body? It drives me nuts
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yes, i have many times. i have had MS f or about 16 yrs
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Hi I’m dahlia,
I have fibro chronic pain it’s so hard to move I’m fatigue all the time .
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How do you stretch out leg muscles after a broken femur The bone has healed but I am not walking right The hip is sticking out when walking
Yes mine happens just when I stretch my neck forward sometimes. It happens less the more time goes on
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Hi! You may want to google “Stacy Case at Fox 17 news in Nashville Tennessee”….you can read her story about being dx w MS 3 yrs ago. She chose to take the holitist approach in addition to her dr at Vanderbilt. She says she is walking proof that her holistic treatments have gotten here where she is today without any signs of disease progression. She feels, it was four amalgm fillings (silver/mercury) that caused her to develop MS. Today, the drs are not so sure she has MS based on her MRI results. A MUST READ!!! I hope to hear back from you after you listen to her testimonies online. Best of Luck to you.
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Look up L’hermittes sign … it is common in MS
SO SORRY TO HEAR THAT.
I have not been yet diagnosed with ms, so far idiopathic brain pain, but I really understand the electric shocks that you are dealing with mostly I have them in my head.
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I have fibromyalgia and I too have the electric shock symptom. Hurts like crazy.
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Sorry about that, pray to God what doctors don’t know God knows it all.
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I found that lowering cymbalta dosage to 60 mg ended the shocks you experience. Look at your meds. Just a thought
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