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Date Joined Jan 2010
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   Posted 1/29/2010 9:59 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi, new here. I haven't been tested for MS yet but I think I may have it. My mother has it and over the past 3 years my memory and speech have been slowly getting worse. I've never stuttered in my life until a couple years ago. A few weeks ago I woke up one morning and had a lot of balance issues for like 5 hours before it went away. Ever since then I've had this problem where once in a while movement of my arms/legs/neck is sort of jerky. Anyways, I was wondering if I had done anything recently which would cause this sudden balance and movement issues. I've taken L-Glutamine for about 3 years because I have food allergies and figured I had leaky gut and probably do. Recently though, I started working out and decided to double my intake of L-Glutamine and just a couple days later I experienced these problems. Glutamine is the only thing I had changed recently but thought that would be strange for it to effect me badly since I thought if anything it should be helpful. Naturally I turned to Google for answers. I found this: Which would suggest that L-Glutamine is a pretty bad idea for people with MS. What do you guys think?

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Date Joined Dec 2009
Total Posts : 25
   Posted 1/29/2010 11:26 PM (GMT -7)   
Welcome to the Second Stage of MS the Degenerative phase.
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