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PBS Who Suffers And How Do You Deal With It?

PBS Who Suffers And How Do You Deal With It?

I have issues with crying all the time but I resently started to laugh and not be able to stop to the point I choke. Just wondering what everyone else thinks about this

A MyMSTeam Member said:

Welcome to this Site. Yes I laugh mostly for know reason at all and I just roll with it as it makes My whole Family Laugh!!!! I cry some times too for no reason but mainly Laugh!!!

posted over 5 years ago

Pseudobublar Affect, Or PBA.

Pseudobublar Affect, Or PBA.

Does anyone else deal with this uncontrollable crying they call the pseudobublar affect? I guess it hits some with fits if laughter too, but not me, I get the tears.

A MyMSTeam Member said:

Actually I have read that severe mood swings from Laughing hysterically to crying hysterically is one of the symptoms... I experienced this plenty... I also have PTSD... but believe it was the MS… read more

posted over 7 years ago

Has Anyone Experienced PBA?

Has Anyone Experienced PBA?

I’m definitely experiencing the symptoms but not sure if it is PBA. My neurologist says I’m very depressed and I read PBA can be misdiagnosed as depression.

https://www.pbainfo.org

A MyMSTeam Member said:

Thank you for your answers, Abby and Harold.

posted 10 months ago

Anyone Here Know Anything About The Drug NUEDEXTA?

Anyone Here Know Anything About The Drug NUEDEXTA?

A MyMSTeam Member said:

My doc prescibe it for me. I was talking and the wrong words were coming out i didn't intend to say. It was embarrassing but i got it filled. But i am afraid to take it.

posted about 5 years ago

Has Any One Had Any Personality Changes Since Diagnosed With MS?

Has Any One Had Any Personality Changes Since Diagnosed With MS?

I noticed a change in my personality since my diagnosis from 3 years ago. I probably had MS for 10 years before being diagnosed. I had a fall out with a co worker on friday & he told me that i talk too much, sarastic & i laugh to myself when things are not funny. I have a neuro followup this week and will discuss with him. I also have bad Brain Fog some days , concentration, short term memory issues, etc...

A MyMSTeam Member said:

Hi sorry for your distress
I too suffer these symptoms. My advice is to keep happy & try never to get involved in arguments & negative conversations. IW
When I got into these situations I felt… read more

posted almost 2 years ago
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Mood Stabilizers

Mood Stabilizers

Has anyone here had any luck with mood stabilizers. I'll be really happy one moment and super depressed the next. Lately I've been unusually withdrawln. My ssri doesn't seem to be doing the trick. Any suggestions to bring up to muy doctor would be great. TIA

A MyMSTeam Member said:

Dr switched my zoloft to cymbalta and gave me low dose ativan for the panic attacks and upped the gabepenton. Thanks everyone. Been feeling pretty decent not even taking the ativan. We shall see how… read more

posted almost 5 years ago

Anyone Out There Suffer From PBA?

Anyone Out There Suffer From PBA?

I suffer from PBA (Pseudobulbur Affect)It causes uncontrollable crying or laughing. I guess I'm lucky because I get the laughing not the crying, but don't feel so lucky after 4 days of laughing from morning to night.

A MyMSTeam Member said:

PBA is a side effect of MS if severe there are meds for it

posted over 7 years ago

Career Change

Career Change

Has anyone gone through a career change due to their MS? I am a computer programmer but I am suffering from cognitive effects that keep me from doing the job effectively. I’m considering looking for a less challenging job but wonder how to explain the switch to potential employers.

A MyMSTeam Member said:

I am seeking a medical billing and coding job work from home. Help!!!

posted almost 3 years ago
Learn about how MS can impact cognitive functioning. Read more >