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    Roseohope posted:
    Hi,

    I tried to reply to someones post but nothing happened so I hope this helps. They asked about the flushing with Tecfidera.

    I have been on it since May. At first I had some stomach issues. They went away. I did have flushing but took a baby asprin 30 minutes before each does for 2 weeks and it really helped. I don't need to take any now.

    Best of luck to you. Tec has been so good to me.
     
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    selfexperimenter responded:
    Have you get checked at hospital making sure you totally get rid of MS?


    Congratulations if you are fully recovered.

    I keep eating meat as raw as possible after it's cooked reaching adequate temperature for keeping health. Hope this helps to cure MS.


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