This topic contains 2 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Ed Tobias 1 month ago.

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  • #18347
     John Connor 
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    A recent Australian study reports this. We have an article on our main page.

    I concur. Recently I was prescribed a device to deal with itPeristeen. It’s made a significant difference – though it can still be a struggle.

    If you are suffering in silence [OK you have to shout in pain some of the time!] know you can do something about it.

    I thought I was reasonably clued up about MS. Shows what I know….

    Anyone doing this as well?

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  • #18430
     Judy Graham 
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    It is no surprise that worsening bladder and bowel symptoms correspond with worsening disability. Personally, I eat loads of veggies and fibre, which helps.

    • #18431
       Ed Tobias 
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      No surprise at all. If you’re worrying about your bladder and bowel you’re bound to be tired and more disabled.

      I’m pleased that my Lemtrada treatments seem to have improved both for me, somewhat. Forcing myself to drink water also helps. :-).

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