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Old 12-03-2005, 06:00 AM
TTerry P. Zullo
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I began taking 100mg. Provigil once a day for tiredness resulting from MS. About that same time, I developed low back pain, that has gotten MUCH worse. I don't know if it is from the MS or Provigil. Tomorrow I will stop the Provigil - just to see if the back pain stops.<br><br>Love to help<br><br>Regards<br><br>Terry<br><br>a 67y.o. (going on 2) of 4 little boys under 2 y.o.) <br><br>Although I have no tremors and good upper arm strength, my gait is impaired as I have left leg muscle weakness. I can't get on the floor and play with ny grandsons - I can't get up. Also, I have an implantable IBPump. I still need assistance to walk. I'm a mess. I want to have fun with my grandsons.
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