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deethedar posted:
Hello everyone, I moved to Jacksonville Fl four months ago from Ohio due to the constant climate changes and it's just always cold or raining or cloudy and depressing in Ohio. I am seeing a new Neurologist this Tuesday and I am wondering what others are on who are in progressive M.S. I have had M.S. for twenty five years diagnosed. I am currently on Methotrexate 2.5 mg that I take six of every Sunday and then take 1 mg of folic acid daily. Is anyone on anything else that is promising for progressive M.S. I am at a remission status, but there are a lot of side effects and blood work when on this medication. Thank you for any input you may have..
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jules1202 responded:
Have you read the research on low dose bendryl? I haven't done much reading on it so I don't know if it would be specifically helpful for you being progressive but I figured I would mention it. There are some links to information on it on the information section I believe.
 
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jules1202 replied to jules1202's response:
I didn't know if this info might interest you but here is some information on research that is on-going specificically in the area of progressive MS. http://www.nationalmssociety.org/NationalMSSociety/media/MSNationalFiles/Brochures/Progressive_MS.pdf


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