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Multiple Sclerosis Fatigue Symptoms

Multiple sclerosis is one of the most crippling, degenerative autoimmune disorders affecting mobility, sensation and organ function. This disease is brought on by the decay of the myelin insulation sheaths covering neurons in the brain and spinal cord. As the myelin is destroyed, the messages are delivered at a slower rate, which affects speech, mobility, […]

Skin Rashes from Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a complex, autoimmune disease in which the nerve fibers of the brain and spinal cord lose their protective fatty covering (called myelin) over time.  This short circuit of the fibers causes a range of problems, including motor problems, shaking, and inflammation of the skin, to name a few. Multiple sclerosis can also […]

Multiple Sclerosis in Teenagers

Disseminated multiple sclerosis in teenagers is no more a surprise these days.  The scenario is confirmed by the fact that multiple sclerosis society in Canada reframed the average reported age for multiple sclerosis from age 25-40 years to 15-40 years in 2004. The latest figures would be even more endangering the prevailing threat to the […]

Multiple Sclerosis Vision Symptoms: Eye Problems Caused By the Disease

Multiple Sclerosis causes a lot of problem since this disease affects the nerve cells and the transmission of impulses in the nerves. One of the first few parts that MS affects is the vision of the patient. Multiple Sclerosis vision symptoms may vary from blurred vision to the loss of eyesight. There are different vision […]

Characteristics of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis possesses a lot of distinguishing traits and qualities. Somehow, a person may be diagnosed with one of its types. Whether relapsing-remitting, primary-progressive, secondary-progressive, and progressive-relapsing, they are all unbearable and unpleasing. As per research, Multiple sclerosis affects females more frequently than males by approximately 2:1. Sometimes, a person who is quite experiencing any […]

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