Latest by Lisa Emrich

The Consequences of Taking Antibiotics and Methotrexate at The Same Time

It is very important to avoid taking antibiotics and methotrexate at the same time for these two reasons.

What Ways Can You Reduce Sensory Overload With MS?

The world can be filled with challenging environments. Sometimes it’s enough to make you feel sick, dizzy, in pain, confused, or exhausted. Here are some tips for reducing sensory overload.

Can Folic Acid be The Cure to Your Methotrexate Side Effects?

In the world of rheumatoid arthritis, the subject of folic acid is forever tied to methotrexate. A discussion of one is incomplete without the other. This is because folic acid is said to aid against the side effects of methotrexate. But does it work...

11 Tips for Traveling With MS

Use these tips for travelling with multiple sclerosis (MS) that will help you with the planning and logistics of your next big summer trip.

RA and Sex: Could Estrogen Levels or Methotrexate Affect Your Sex Life?

When you think of rheumatoid arthritis, you might picture swollen joints, stiffness, pain, deformity, and a lifetime of medications and doctors’ visits. Do you ever think of sex?

MS Safety Tips for the Shower

If you live with MS, you know that getting clean can come with some risks. Learn tips for avoiding danger in the shower.

What to Do When Your MS Warning Alarm Sounds

Multiple sclerosis (MS) can be highly unpredictable, so it is important to develop your own MS early warning alert system. Learn how to spot the early warning signs of an MS relapse.

Sure, It's Not Cancer, But I'm Still Sick

How many times have you heard someone say: “At least it’s not cancer,” to console a friend? Have you ever said this to someone with a chronic condition? We need to respect all illnesses and not compete.

The Best Ways To Support Your Friend Living With MS

Have a friend with a serious condition, but you are at a loss of what you can do to help? Here are suggestions from members of the MS community.

A Year With Medical Marijuana for MS

Amy Gurowitz, diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) 30 years ago, talks about using medical marijuana (MMJ) for more than a year to treat her MS symptoms.