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    ? Having a relapse
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    haze32 posted:
    Hi everyone

    I woke yesterday with soreness in thighs and just feeling absolutely knackered i think I'm having a relapse do any of u know if i am plz? Thanks x
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    hackwriter responded:
    Hi haze32,

    The general consensus is that if you are experiencing worsened or new symptoms that last more than 48 hours, you should call your neurologist. It might not be a relapse, but an exam by your doctor will help to determine that.

    Kim
     
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    jules1202 replied to hackwriter's response:
    http://inhealth.cnn.com/finding-the-right-multiple-sclerosis-treatment/recognizing-an-ms-attack?did=t1_rss1&redirect=beme

    I saw this article this morning and it was a pretty good overall answer to the relaspe question. I hope you feel better soon!


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