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  1. vickim
    02-19-2015 03:57 PM - permalink
    vickim
    Miss you Jerry...RIP
  2. johnskip
    09-14-2014 10:47 AM - permalink
    johnskip
    Also I forgot to mention your exercise routine I was extremely fit until may injured my calf was on the shelf for 3 weeks went back and immediately noticed my breathing issue thanks again I really appreciate it
  3. johnskip
    09-14-2014 10:37 AM - permalink
    johnskip
    Hi pearlshoot my name is John and I am sorry to take up your time I am having serious breathing problems because of my muscles being weak in around the lungs also have twitching everywhere cramp up.all the time and going to be diagnosed with something shortlyI am impressed with gou survival and sucess and if you can tell me wjat I shoulld take vitamin wise and medical wise I was always kind of a vitamin junkie from the start just started to take lexapro for anxiety after being a non medicine guy for years thanks and I hope you continue your success
  4. DreamsEnd
    04-17-2014 03:33 PM - permalink
    DreamsEnd
    Jerry,
    Not sure you received my reply but I/we can't thank you enough. Richard has been incredible. Thanks for offering help to get us thru the Maze!

    Sherry collins
  5. Energy1
    03-21-2014 08:17 PM - permalink
    Energy1
    We you given an emg and nvs prior to your original diagnosis of carpal tunnel??
  6. Ogaruus
    03-02-2014 05:45 AM - permalink
    Ogaruus
    cost (money) is not problem to me. I scared about side effect such as headache, feel that you have a flu, neck pain, depression and moodiness, dizziness ( I have a problem with losing balance). Did you have any side effects?
    PS: Rasagiline and Azilect in Poland is the same drug.
  7. pearshoot
    02-28-2014 02:48 PM - permalink
    pearshoot
    did year long trial of rasagiline, think it slowed progression. now take azilect off-label....l think it helps slow progression....friend has Parkinson's and he believes it slow his progression....if it helps spasticity may be worth it...guess you compare cost to benifit
  8. Ogaruus
    02-27-2014 04:31 PM - permalink
    Ogaruus
    Hi,
    first of all, I'm sorry for my english but I'm from Poland.
    I have a question about Azilect/ Rasagiline, becouse in June 2013 i was in Germany to confirm a diagnose (Polish doctor's was uncertain that I have ALS). They agreed that it is ALS. They offered me to take Azilect/Rasagiline, but one Polish doctor said that Azilect/Rasagiline does not slow progession, but help with symptoms like spasticity.
    What your doctor says about Azilect/Rasagiline?
    Thanking you in advance for answer.
    Anna
  9. Zaphoon
    02-14-2014 12:17 AM - permalink
    Zaphoon
    Pearshoot, good to hear from you and to know your Chinese medicine routine is doing some good. I'm finding that doctors do not communicate very well with one another or their patients. I hope to see you next month.
  10. affected
    01-12-2014 09:45 PM - permalink
    affected
    I truly hope you don't leave here pearshoot.

    So what if people quibble here sometimes, that's people and that's the world at large.

    I for one would miss your posts, I always read with interest what you have to say on progression, looking after yourself, exercise etc

    Tillie

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  • About pearshoot
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    I have been diagnosed with ALS.
    If diagnosed, when was the diagnosis?
    02/2010
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