How not to dismount a wheelchair I should begin with a little background about me, before I relate the story of the wheelchair catastrophe. Why? Because it may provide some awareness of what a stubborn, self-righteous fool I am. In
Pinexel is a brand name for tamsulosin, a drug designed to reduce an enlarges prostate gland. A quite common phenomenon in men aged over 50.
A benign prostatic hyperplasia is NOT a cancer but it can give you a scare if you do not know better.
I have had cause to visit the local urology clinic for a cystoscopy to investigate my bladder problems and pains. A simple test but unknowingly, stressful.
Phased by nothing, but surprisingly stressed by a simple trip to the urologist.
Lucy Clarke from Inverness is the first Scot to undergo the radical new stem cell treatment known as HSCT or Autologous Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant.
Lucy travelled to the Progov Centre in Moscow to obtain this experimental operation for her secondary progressive MS.
An immune system reboot or reset is a radical new MS treatment currently being trialled in four cities world-wide.
Stem cell replacement by transfusion and chemotherapy is an aggressive new treatment promising great hope for MS patients everywhere.
Ocrelizumab shows game-changing results in major trials assessing its efficacy in treating MS.
Exciting news regarding this possible new treatment claimed to halt the progression of this neurological disease.
A stumbling gait or talking gibberish can leave you feeling foolish but, when bladder control goes and you wet yourself MS is embarrassing.
MS can be a pain both literally and figuratively but, it shouldn’t be embarrasing.
Dementia is not, in of itself, a disease. Rather it is a name given to loss of mental acuity caused by other, external, contributing factors like MS.
Do you have Multiple Sclerosis and experience brain fog? You are not alone.
MS is a disease of the nervous system; the brain id the core of that nervous system. Oxygenating the brain can improve the performance of this key organ.
Clearly, there are a number of ways of oxygenating the MS brain and I am convinced these are all possible ways of improving an MSers life.
A drooping mouth may be a symptom of stroke; but don’t jump to rash conclusions there may be a simple, benign explanation.
A stroke is serious and it may have a number of causes. But, not all symptoms have the same cause.