It's Working... Then It Stops.....

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diane Says:

10th day with Ampyra. Day 8 was great!!! I was actually walking normal.... amazing. Day 9, I'm back to the stiffness and off balance, walking with a limp. Talk about depressing!!! Is this normal? I want is back!!!

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Verwon Says:

Ampyra contains the active ingredient Dalfampridine, it is used to treat MS symptoms.

That said, it does take a month or so for most medications to reach their full effectiveness. On the other hand, the medication may just not work for you, as they do not all work for everyone.

How long has your doctor ask you to try it?

Side effects to this drug can include: nausea, dizziness, headache and drowsiness.

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Erin Says:

Hi Diane,
How are you doing now with Ampyra? I started on January 2011. I still experience the dragging of my legs on and off among other things. take care.

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