You are doing what you need to be doing which is experimenting until you find what works for you. There is only one Cindy and that Cindy happens to have MS. You will just have to keep messing with meds and dosages until you find what works for you. I am not very helpful as I really don't take much for symptoms. I take baclofen and klonopin when I need it. I use adderall everyday for clearing out the brain fog. I take copaxone for progression. I have "bengay boots" every afternoon but I just ignore it. I am very lucky that I don't have any consistent pain issues.
I take a ton of supplements. Some of those I am convinced work, others I am not so sure about. Again it was a solid year or maybe more of just messing with stuff to figure out what was working for me. If you want more info about the supplements, just ask me. Most neurologists don't hold much stock in them. Mine is a firm believer in "if you think it is helping then by all means take it."
I hope someone else can offer more specific support to you. Hang in there, Cindy. It does get easier to manage after a while.
Gretchen co-moderator MS board diagnosed with MS July 2006
I have no lesions on my soul and so I will live with no limits.