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    MTeCDj posted:
    once I quit smoking, marijuana symptoms of multiple sclerosis started to show.

    I was still able to walk fine & talk fine & drive fine

    I took the interferon shot rebif

    at first it made me feel better, but over the year that I took it
    my right leg stiffened, my right arm became much less responsive, my speech slowed and slurred.

    a year after, I received in the mail a full side effect sheetI quickly stopped taking the shot.

    I have
    Neil S Lava, MD responded:
    There are a number of other medications that can be used to change the course of your disease. You need to discuss your concerns with your neurologist or find another neurologist who can help guide you through your choices and help you understand your disease.
    ireneliz responded:
    say just keep smokeing or cooking with pot its all natual it grows from a root

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