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I have not been on here in years. Maybe it's because I've grown my own support group with my sister and 3 of my children fighting this battle. I still send new people this way.


Hugs,

Cindy

Back pain since early childhood. Dx'd with HLB27 iritis in '96, AS in 2001, FMS in 2002.
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Cindy - good to see you here. Good to have your own home-based support group, well done family. Take care, continue well -

I continue to dig out your Pelvic Floor Exercises for people - still called for smile yes
Molly C - Keeping on, Keeping on, as we all do


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Been a while since I logged in the forum . I see some names I know from about the turn of the century laugh ! The NSD has really been good for me , so I don't come by like I should . I will try to stop by more often .


Bruce

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I have not looked here in a long time. About a year ago my AS went into remission. Not sure if it was the less strict not to much starch diet I was on or the MS medications I take. The sad news is that my oldest son was diagnosed with AS. So the AS is not bothering causing me problems now. If the MS would only fade out the same way.


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Orch good to see you though sorry to learn that yr son has a recent diagnosis for AS. Darn this disease. At least he has you to guide him.

Oddly, you were right on the ball - was about to ask about any spondys with a + Dx of MS! I threw a major wobbly the other week and an MRI showed what is a very 'probable' Dx os MS. Am nonplussed. From where did this spring ? So was going to ask 'how many spondys here with such a dx ?' I know that the two can be bedfellows !
Orch - was yr MS triggered by biologics ?
Trying to find a trigger point on this, though was never on the bios myself.
Any info useful - my thanks-
Molly C - Keeping on,Keeping on- as we all do smile


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Originally Posted By Orch
I have not looked here in a long time. About a year ago my AS went into remission.


That’s great. How is remission determined?

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Hello Orch,

Sorry to hear your son is suffering, hopefully he can follow you into remission for the AS.

Are you still running?

Seems like forever ago now that we met in Vegas.

Best to you

Tim


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I still keep tabs on this place saved my life. Great people here.
ETTE
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haha, more drugs, more experience and many many more groups is my guess. Has become a lot easier to find information smile ...a good thing.

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havent been here for years was OG from when it first started a long dark time ago 20+ years glad to see its still here and the resource is great i had great remission for 10-15 years worked etc started getting the really bad fatigue and pain around 2 years ago first time back here in maybe 5-10 years and my old password worked yay. keep up the good work yes lots on face book but this is a great resource. i suppose we are old and wiser now.
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meggala


Been around here since Brians old asweb I dont visit often. I have my AS under control thanks to alot of help from these boards.
my web page its car related so not AS stuff
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