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    Starting Nuvigil today...
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    tlltroy posted:
    I have high hopes for this med, along with the exercise program I started about months 4 months ago. I'm hoping to regain some sort of resemblance of a life since my DX of MS in 2008. The fatigue has been absolutely overwhelming and I can't do simple chores or shopping without resting right after. I put off adding a medication because I already have what seems to me like quite a list of MS meds.

    But exercise alone didn't help much, in fact I found while I temporarily had more energy, in the long run, it made me want to rest more. But I will continue to exercise because I know how extremely important it is with MS and how lucky I am that I can still do it.

    So anyone who has had success with Provigil / Nuvigil I'd love to hear your words of encouragement !!

    Thanks---
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