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MS Progressive Types: Primary Progressive and Progressive Relapsing by Vicki B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 31 May 2009 10:04pm In the series of articles on Progressive MS for MS Central section of Health Central, the second one talks about Primary Progressive and Progressive Relapsing. It was published May 20. Here it is -- MS Types – Primary Progressive and Progressive Relapsing Let's continue looking at characteristics of Progressive MS. I already talked about th ... Read on »
Weight Loss Motivation Tips: Progress, Progress, Progress by Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 11 Oct 2009 10:01pm by Maria' s Last Diet   It goes without saying that making progress is an important aspect of dieting. But do you think of making progress as only pounds lost? If you do, you are undervaluing your own efforts. Losing weight isn’t the only measure of forward movement toward your weight loss goal. Let’s say you’re in the middle of a diet. Let ... Read on »
Progress, progress, and more progress: How far I've come in this lupus flare by Sara G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 04 Oct 2013 8:00am First things first: the joint pain, swelling, and fatigue that I've been experiencing over the past couple of weeks (wait...who am I kidding? It's been the past couple of months) continue to get better. I'm still in slow-down mode...doing only what I have to do, and not much of what I want to do ...but it's working. With each morning, I wake up ... Read on »
Progress Progress Progress by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Sat 15 Feb 2014 9:19pm It has been 24 days since my knee replacement surgery and I must admit-things aren't looking quite as dire as I thought they did this time a week or a week and a half ago. While I do still have pain, I don't feel it necessary to heavily medicate myself and maintain a medication/pain killer schedule any more like I did previously. I very rarely ... Read on »
Progress. And how the crazy one determines if she’s progressing. by Cathy T. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 28 Nov 2009 10:00pm I noticed something last night when I was writing my excuses for not blogging.  First, I noticed that nowhere in that list is my faith, church, or the big guy himself. I also noticed that – WOW!  I’m doing much better.  There was a time (last year) when any interruptions in the ‘norm’ sent me to bed for a week.  there was a time (not so long a ... Read on »
How Progressive-Relapsing MS (PRMS) Differs from Primary-Progressive MS (PPMS) by stuart Patient Expert Posted Sun 10 May 2009 11:17pm Source: National MS Society Primary-progressive MS (PPMS) is characterized by steadily worsening neurologic function from the beginning. Although the rate of progression may vary over time – with occasional plateaus and temporary, minor improvements — there are no distinct relapses (also called attacks or exacerbations) or remissions. ... Read on »
MS Progressive Types: Secondary Progressive by Vicki B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 May 2009 10:04pm In the series of articles on Progressive MS for MS Central section of Health Central, the second one talks about Secondary Progressive. It was published May 11. Here it is -- MS Progressive Types: Secondary Progressive Secondary Progressive MS is the advanced course ofRelapsing/Remitting MS.I recently talked about the different types of ... Read on »
The progressive systemic sclerosis/systemic lupus overlap: an unusual clinical progression. by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm By R. A. Asherson and Colleague. Three patients with the unusual combinations of discoid lupus, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and progressive systemic sclerosis (PSS) are reported. The first patient developed PSS eight years after a diagnosis of discoid lupus had been made and this was complicated by myositis six years later. The seco ... Read on »
How Secondary-Progressive MS (SPMS) Differs from Primary-Progressive MS (PPMS) by stuart Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:20pm source: NMSS People are often confused by the terms primary and secondary and the relationship between these two disease courses. Although both are considered progressive courses of MS, one does not follow the other. And, they differ in several important ways. SPMS occurs in people who initially had a relapsing-remitting disease cou ... Read on »
Rapid progression of submucosal invasive micropapillary carcinoma of the colon in progressive systemic sclerosis: report of a ca by Jan Posted Mon 21 Dec 2009 10:14pm A 71-year-old woman presented with hematochezia and narrowing of the stool. She suffered from progressive systemic sclerosis for 12 years and underwent home oxygen therapy due to pulmonary fibrosis and moderate pulmonary hypertension. Colonoscopy revealed a pedunculated, cauliflower-like polyp with a depressed surface in the sigmoid colon. Th ... Read on »