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I got shingles this winter, I'm worried about developing neuralgia
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Hey @lester198 ! Hope you are having a good day :)
Thank you for opening this discussion. It is a very interesting topic in regards to MS. I will tag some members, who might want to share their thought on it.
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Hey guys! How are you today? What climate do you live in? Have you ever noticed the weather affecting your condition/s? Do you think weather is a big factor, when facing your everyday challanges?
Polina from the Carenity Team
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I live in FL and often get flares triggered by the weather- hot, humid, Florida. I moved here because I thought the sunshine and warm weather would be good for my health, but I'm not sure if these were the right factors considering my condition. I have a question for those up north- do you see the weather affecting your MS symptoms?
Be great to hear if the grass is greener on the other side.