Insomnia is a side-effect of steroid use. It can vary in its intensity and duration, but is quite normal given the way steroids interact with our bodies.
As we contemplate the many achievements of the late Ms. Lena Horne and mourn her passing, those of us in the MS community may have felt particular admiration for her because of a report that she suffered from MS. One...
Whether you are new to IV steroids or not, this personal experience of my 3-day solu-medrol cycle will help to prepare you for some of the things you can expect.
At long last, I have a success to report! Finally, a drug that helps me with my fatigue. Never thought I'd be so happy to tell the world I am a Prozac user, but I truly am excited and thrilled to report it appears to be...
Whether you have one child or six, parenting is hard work. If you have a chronic condition, like multiple sclerosis (MS), the exhaustion and guilt may be more profound.
Why do we decide to quit the Copaxone therapy for managing our MS? The reasons vary and in my case I felt quite comfortable, satisfied, even justified in deciding to quit the therapy. Yet, here I am 4 days into...
This is the first section I wrote when I began my autobiographical essays. I wrote this in the hopes of helping others avoid the pitfalls that I stumbled across.
Alcohol has been proven to affect people with multiple sclerosis (MS) more than the general population. So, is it safe for people with MS to drink at all? And if so, how much?
A look at the incredibly important role a healthy vegan diet has in slowing the progression of Multiple Sclerosis.
If you have MS, chances are you've noticed a change in your short term memory. When it gets annoying enough, we often begin searching the Internet for information about MS and memory loss. That inevitably puts us on...
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