Thank you for replying. I thought I had enough do deal with, with just MS. The cancer has forced me to become a different person again, and two weeks after I started the chemo my appendix bursted and I spent a week in the hospital. Then after I came out of the hospital I had to start my chemo from the beginning all over again.
The Chemo is causing alot of nerve damage (it seems to be bringing out alot of my old MS symptoms). The right side of my face dropped during the first week and My speech was sightly impaired and I had numbness in my arms and legs, so in my case it's hurting my MS and not helping. MY MS isn't active, the chemo is just adding insult to injury. I'm taking a full regiman of different chemo's (ABVD) so it's totally wacking me out.
I have a friend that has severe chronic progressive MS and she is also trying the Methotrexate to curb her attacks and it seems to be working for her so hopefull it would do the same for you, but what I'm on is a little more intense.
I beleive there may be a link or some kind of reason for my immune system to have more than one problem. The odds of having both of these in the normal population has got to be to high to even count.
Again, thank you for your reply.