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Covid Vaccine And Ocrevus

Covid Vaccine And Ocrevus

I had my last ocrevus infusion march 15th and due for my next infusuion September 13th. I know I need to space the vaccine out from last infusion to next. Does anyone know the approximate time i can safely get my vaccine?

A MyMSTeam Member said:

I never even thought about the time between my Ocrevus infusion and my vaccine. I am fully vaccinated and didn't have any issues.

posted about 1 hour ago
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Covid Vaccine

Covid Vaccine

Did everyone get the shot? How do you feel? Im not sure if to do it. My neuro says No to wait and my primary thinks i can wait or to go ahead. I have stayed clear of the virus up to now. What should i do? Opinions. Please

A MyMSTeam Member said:

I take Gilenya and both my neurologist and PCP said get the vaccine. Had my first Moderna shot 1/1/2021 and my second shot 2 weeks later. My husband did the same a few days/weeks after I did. Both… read more

posted about 4 hours ago
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Did Anyone Here Actually Catch COVID And Is Suffering From Long Term Effects?

Did Anyone Here Actually Catch COVID And Is Suffering From Long Term Effects?

I caught covid in November, it wasnt all that bad. I was just very congested and the headaches were no fun. Oh and i lost my smell. But it was like a regular cold. Since then, i have not recived 100% of smell back and i become short of breath very easy. I get winded walking to my car...
Anyone else seeing issues like this or others?

A MyMSTeam Member said:

Yup...sadly its a part of the lay over with covid. Just glad you had a mild case of it. They said I had it too. Im still feeling just a bit of it myself. But it had improved...

posted about 24 hours ago
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How Long Does A Flare Last?

How Long Does A Flare Last?

I know everyone is different,but I'm just curious about how long people's flares generally last? I'm in week 9 now and keep getting new symptoms,but some have remitted somewhat...it's like,I think I'm getting a bit better ,then something new comes out of the blue? I had Lhermittes around the start of it for a few weeks,then came what I think is an MS hug(around under my waist??) My latest symptom this past week is a "hot" leg(feels like bad sunburn,not really possible here in Ireland 😂😂)
So I… read more

A MyMSTeam Member said:

Hi i get them too they come and go. One time ended in the hospital of the pain in my legs.

posted 1 day ago

Why Do You Have MS?

Why Do You Have MS?

Your doctor said the reason you have MS is because...

A MyMSTeam Member said:

@A MyMSTeam Member - thank you for your insights. I recently learned about the ACEs (Adverse Chilldhood Experiences) and how psychological issues that happened to you when you were just a kid might… read more

posted 1 day ago

Does Anyone Take Aspirin For Fatigue?

Does Anyone Take Aspirin For Fatigue?

Does anyone use aspirin for fatigue? I have always found regular acetaminophen wakes me up & I am unable to sleep if I take some before bed so I often take 2 in the afternoon to get me through the rest of my day. Recently, I began taking 81mg aspirin twice daily as I read 100mg twice daily helped but I cannot find it at this dosage. Last week I read another article recommending 650mg aspirin twice daily & I would like to stop taking acetaminophen but aspirin has concerning side effects too… read more

A MyMSTeam Member said:

No tylenol makes me tired

posted 3 days ago

MS And Diabetes

MS And Diabetes

Has anyone who was diagnosed with MS ever developed diabetes. I was diagnosed with diabetes and was just wondering if this is an isolated incident or is this something that has possibly happened to anyone else.

A MyMSTeam Member said:

So sorry for the issues you are having. Your sugars sound dangerously high. Please do what you feel is best for you to get the help you need. Good thought and prayers for you.

posted about 6 hours ago
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