Blind Overnight...ect!

by Ellen
(Inland Empire CA USA)

L (left) eye in remission



How fast can MS go into remission?
What are other signs that I didn't read? Can't type any more sorry.

Ellen
(In PAIN)


I am unable to use 'puter ...so when able will
I have cervical 2 mm spinal fluid screws/plates fusion laminectomy L 3-4-5 at age 24 .. age 40 hit again by car.

The symptoms are the same as MS but now having big changes. MY DR just does not understand. I know more - 10 years of studying neurology.
Ya, just can't teach a reg. MD! GRRR



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MS Remission
by: Akrista

Hi Ellen,

So sorry to hear that you are in pain. Your question - how fast can MS go into remission? - not sure, but I'll try and answer.

Depending on the type of relapse and whether or not there is treatment you can get for it - remission can come pretty quickly. If you want a specific time frame, I've seen Cir bounce back within a week of receiving steroid treatment.

If you don't get treatment or choose an alternative treatment, it may take longer depending on what you do.

In Cir's case, whenever he's had eye problems like optic neuritis, his doctor has told him to get an appointment as soon as possible. This is to avoid irreversible damage to the nerves in his eye. The sooner you get treatment the better.

Fortunately, he hasn't had too many relapses that require steroids. He uses a mix of traditional medications and alternative treatments for MS, and they seem to help, as long as he's consistent.

Hope you are doing better and hope this answered your question. If you have any other questions or I didn't answer your question adequately, let me know.

Take care,

Akrista

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