Managing Cog Fog – Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

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In this Strength in Numbers video, MS LifeLines Ambassador Heidi shares her own personal story about her experiences with cognitive issues and offers advice for other sufferers.

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  1. Michael Schutz says:

    I understand the cog fog issues comma but it’s hard to explain 2 family that just don’t get it or understand. They get frustrated with me I get frustrated with them and it just ends up not being good.

  2. Cindy Haines says:

    I have rrms. I was diagnosed in 2001. I had occasional brain fog until I fell and hit my head this past September. I got a concussion which caused more brain fog. In conversation I know what I want to say but some other word will come out. I also just stop in middle of sentence & can’t remember what I was even talking about! This is driving me insane! I was on Betaseron for 5yrs developed a skin reaction. Mydr changed me to copaxone which I had a horrible allergic reaction. I am not on anything now but have to choose because I now have active spots on my cervicle and spine that is affecting my arms & legs. I have 2 mri’s next week. I will decide with my neurologist on which treatment to choose depending on my mri’s. Are there any safe oral meds? I feel stuck!

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