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Discussion in 'Human Science' started by Tnerb, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. Tnerb Banned Banned

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    Undecided case of MS, and think it's getting worse. I'll tell you the symptoms.


    Caused by seeming relationship with person I don't even have one with.
    Seems to have destroyed my ability to have sex.
    Almost as someone wants me to die.


    Seriously.
    It is all over. I can't really move or see. Can't move my legs or arms. Been placed in jail.
    Fingers and arms legs all very tierd. Can't control my back. Sit or stand. I can still operate fairly well but think it's poor to consider that as true, and I was wondering about seeking the advice of people here.

    Future outcomes and possibilities.
    Believe me I miss being able to have sex

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    Whats most disappointing, is I think it's still possible to recover from I know that sounds absolutely terrible but what I mean is it seems possible to recover from but the symptoms are nearly so great that I don't know what to do about it.


    Any advice/suggestions/cheering up is welcomed.
     
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  3. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    Tnerb MS is a terrible disease, a family friend (who is only about 20) has it. To be honest i dont know a whole heep about it but i THINK its cyclic and its a case of the onset of symptoms becoming more frequent rather than it directly being a degenerative disease (at least initially).

    ok rather than speculating i found this (seems i was only partually right, there is both reocurring and progressive)

    http://www.msaustralia.org.au/aboutms-treatment.asp
     
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  5. Tnerb Banned Banned

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    Do you know any about the sexual aspects of MS and ability to have sex? Couldn't find any research on that. Seems irrelevant. But still worrying.
     
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  7. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    http://www.msaustralia.org.au/aboutms-faq.asp#TYPICAL-SYMPTOMS

    concidering both the neropsycologica and neromusculuar symptoms it makes sence though it isnt stated directly, will keep looking
     
  8. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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  9. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    ok found one:

    http://www.nationalmssociety.org/about-multiple-sclerosis/symptoms/sexual-dysfunction/index.aspx
     
  10. Tnerb Banned Banned

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    What about me? Does it seem like from my posts I may be suffering from something of the sort?
     
  11. Bells Staff Member

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    Have you been diagnosed as suffering from MS? By a doctor?
     
  12. Tnerb Banned Banned

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    No. But I have reason to believe that I have a dysfunction in my sexual activity which would be related to MS. It's hard to find someone to talk about it to.
     
  13. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    i missed that:embarised:

    Tnerb i thought you ment you HAD MS, seriously why are you asking about it on an internet forum? go to a doctor who will then send you to a specialist (i dont know wether that would be a nurologist or an immunologist or someone else entirly)
     
  14. Tnerb Banned Banned

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    This is really upsetting. I seem to be doing fairly well.
     
  15. Bells Staff Member

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    So let me think if I have this..

    You have never been diagnosed with MS, but you assume that a sexual dysfunction in your sexual activity, you say you are suffering from, is a direct cause of MS?

    Ermm.. Okay.

    You say it is hard to find someone to talk about it.. So you come to an internet forum populated by complete strangers to you to talk about it, instead of going to a doctor?

    Again.. Ermm.. Okay.

    What is really upsetting? That you think you have MS because of a dysfunction in your sexual activity or because you "seem to be doing fairly well"?

    Seriously, call your doctor and go and talk to them about it.

    Do you think you have MS because you aren't having sex? Or you can't perform sexually, so you think you have MS?

    Either way, you need to seek professional help immediately.
     
  16. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    as bells said even if you could trust me or anyone else here to know what the hell they are talking about and they could trust you to be honest and open about your problems (which is unrealistic to say the least) YOU CANT DIOGNOSE MS CLINICALLY

    http://www.nationalmssociety.org/about-multiple-sclerosis/diagnosing-ms/index.aspx

    http://www.msaustralia.org.au/aboutms-diagnosis.asp
     
  17. Tnerb Banned Banned

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    blah blah
    It isn't true that I can be open and honest about my problems. That was part of the reason for this thread.

    It would require being open and honest, to firstly not be in such poor health, which is probably another reason for this thread.

    Bells:

    So let me think if I have this..

    I'm saying that my case of movement paralysis seems to be a direct result of MS.
    I'm saying that my movement paralysis is similar to symptoms of MS. And I'm also saying that my sexual dysfunction is my most worried about symptom of this MS.

    It's quite a pain

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    That I'm having extreme difficulties and yet I seem not so bad off. That the symptoms of the "disease" are not as bad they would seem and yet the future isn't clear.

    Wouldn't care, was curious about symptoms.

    No. I think I have MS because I am not wanted sexually. In any way shape or form.

    You seem to have good advice.:shrug:
     
  18. Bells Staff Member

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    So go and see a doctor about it.

    You mean a disease you don't even know you have or not?

    It could very well be that you do not have MS but are suffering from something else or nothing physical at all. Again, go and see your doctor about it.

    What symptoms? MS? You haven't even been diagnosed as MS. Ie. You don't even know if you have MS. But the main issue of this whole thing is this:

    You think you have MS because you think no one wants you sexually? Is that right?

    I'm sorry, but being refused sex by others is not a symptom of MS.

    I wasn't kidding when I said to seek professional help. I wasn't being unkind about it. I am saying it because it is obvious that you are in dire need of professional help. And professional help of that kind is not what you are going to get from this or any other forum.
     
  19. Tnerb Banned Banned

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    I don't need professional help. I do my work on my own.
     
  20. Bells Staff Member

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    And it shows.
     
  21. cosmictraveler Be kind to yourself always. Valued Senior Member

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    Oh I think you do!

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  22. Oli Heute der Enteteich... Registered Senior Member

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    You have to be very, very cautious with self-diagnosis.
    I was convinced for weeks that I had nothing more than a very bad case of the 'flu, eventually when I was dragged to the doctor by friends it turned out that I was actually dead.
    Always get a professional opinion.
     
  23. Asguard Kiss my dark side Valued Senior Member

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    HA HA oil

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    but seriously you need to see a doc. i mean lets say for a min your right and it is MS. how are you going to get it treated if you dont see the doc for the drugs? a physio ect
     

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