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Treatment and Care of Multiple Sclerosis

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 Anju Arora (June 20, 2012)  Although there is no cure for MS, but there are many treatments that can relieve the symptoms and relapses and may slow down the progression of MS. Treatment of MS can be split into three categories: Treatment of Relapses Treatment for Specific MS symptoms and Treatment to slow down the progression of MS 1) Treatment of Relapses: A relapse is usually defined as any new symptom, or a . (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Multiple Sclerosis Treatment(Treatment of MS)

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 Anju Arora (June 19, 2012)  Although there is no cure of MS, research is ongoing to develop treatments that might better prevent or limit the damage, symptoms and disability caused by the disease . Doctors now have a much better understanding of MS. These advances have led to new approaches for treatment that can help to modify the course of the disease. Treatment of Relapses: Corticosteroids: These are used .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Different Types of MS (Multiple Sclerosis)

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 Anju Arora (May 29, 2012)  Both the symptoms and course of MS can vary considerably from person to person. Some people have only mild symptoms throughout their lives, while others have episodic attacks. Clinicians are now able to determine the types of MS people have and its likely course. Relapsing Remitting MS (RRMS): This type of MS involves relapses sometimes called attacks/exacerbations, where there is a .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Diagnosis & Symptoms Of Multiple Sclerosis

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 Anju Arora (May 19, 2012)  The symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis in a given person may vary, affecting different parts of the body at different times. The most common symptoms of MS are: Disturbances in vision Weaknesses or deteriorating muscle strength Altered sensations Memory Loss Fatigue Bladder & Bowel Problems In addition, some symptoms may occur often, while others may rarely be present. Some of the .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Multiple Sclerosis and Its Common Symptoms

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 Beki Roberts (February 19, 2012)  Multiple Sclerosis and Its Common Symptoms Individuals who are afflicted by Multiple Sclerosis have to deal with the effects of damaged nerves. The illness focuses on the nerve's myelin sheath, which functions as a conduit for electrical impulses that travel through the body, as well as a coat of protection for the nerve. Inflammation causes damage to the myelin sheath, which eventually . (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Flatulence - reasons, symptoms and natural therapies

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 Keene Antony (April 01, 2011)  There definitely are a number of therapies for flatulence that are careful as natural therapies and are very much successful in curing this state. It is important to be aware of the authentic will cause and signs of this situation before you launch with flatulence cure. For a number of persons, flatulence is without doubt very much nothing special. The state takes more severe the minute . (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Dogged Determination Helps MS Sufferer

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 Nina Cole (July 17, 2009)  When my husband was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis some thirteen years ago, it was a shock, from which in some ways, we are still to recover. The problems that sprang immediately to mind were how his mobility would be affected, could we cope financially and would it affect our animals. Animals have always played an important part of our lives and having owned German Shepherd Dogs .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

What is Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?

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 Kath Ibbetson (July 29, 2008)  There are many symptoms associated with MS which occur to a greater or lesser degree These symptoms can include: 1) Blurring or Double Vision 2) Patches of Body Numbness 3) General Weakness (usually one side of body) 4) Muscle Spasms 5) Fatigue 6) ‘Pins and Needles’ in extremities 7) Loss of Balance and Coordination 8) Cognitive (ability to think) difficulties 9) Overall .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

10 Ways Foot Drop Doesnt Have to Slow You Down

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 Linda Laakso (July 25, 2008)  If you've been literally dragging yourself around, as the result of a medical condition known as foot drop, then you know how important walking is - to your safety as well as your independence and lifestyle. You may have tried traditional orthoses (braces) to stabilize your foot and leg where nerve-to-muscle function has been damaged. But the braces are awkward, difficult to get on and .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Multiple Sclerosis

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 Sarfaraz Ali (July 08, 2008)  This ailment is sometimes also abridged as MS. In the medicinal field it is commonly known as the disseminated sclerosis. Numerous causes have been put down as the chief reason behind this ailment. Several have been listed. It has only been reasoned that it is the immune systems reaction to either a single or multiple circumstances. The onset of the attack does not have many any .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Diagnosing and Living With Multiple Sclerosis

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 Lou Stella Barron (June 25, 2008)  Multiple Sclerosis is possibly the most difficult disease to diagnose. The symptoms are vague and widespread, mimicing other diseases. The cause of MS is unknown and there is no cure. If you exhibit any of the symptoms from my last article, you need to see your Doctor! There are several Tests for Multiple Sclerosis. No 2 people experience the same symptoms, nor do they share the exact .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

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 Lou Stella Barron (June 25, 2008)  MS is possibly the most difficult disease to diagnose. The symptoms are vague and widespread mimicking other diseases. Symptoms depend on the area of the nerve damage with locations of the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms include: 1) Blurring or Double Vision (usually in one eye) 2) Patches of Body Numbness 3) General Weakness (usually one side of body) 4) Muscle Spasms 5) Fatigue 6) .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

Interpreting Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Properly

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 Mike Selvon (April 29, 2008)  The disease multiple sclerosis affects the body's central nervous system. When the disease takes hold, multiple sclerosis symptoms can be painful and debilitating. This experience can be terrifying for a patient who previously lived a full and healthy life. Sudden physical limitations and mood swings can be extremely difficult for the patient and their family. To help you understand .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)

MS - What are Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis?

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 Hilary Basile (March 13, 2008)  Multiple sclerosis (MS) is thought to be an autoimmune disease that primarily affects the central nervous system (CNS). The CNS consists of the brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves. A fatty tissue called myelin surrounds and protects the nerve fibers of the CNS, which helps nerve fibers conduct electrical impulses. With MS, myelin is lost in multiple areas, leaving scar tissue .. (Diseases Multiple Sclerosis)




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