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How Can I Deal With multiple sclerosis Pain?

A: Medication, physical therapy, behavior modification and even surgery can all be used to deal with multiple sclerosis pain. The best approach for you depends on the severity of the pain, the type of pain you are feeling and what might be causing it. Generally, multiple sclerosis pain can be caused by nerve damage, but just the stiffness the disease creates can make it difficult to move around. An autoimmune disease, multiple sclerosis damages the central nervous system. It can affect any of the nerves in the brain or spinal cord. As a result, people who have multiple sclerosis can have a range...


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How Effective Is Interferon for multiple sclerosis?

A: Interferon, also referred to as beta interferon, is an antiviral protein used to treat the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, also known as MS. There are three types of interferon typically prescribed for treating relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS): Avonex®, Betaseron® and Rebif®. Interferon for multiple sclerosis has been shown to effectively decrease the number of relapses multiple sclerosis patients suffer and to slow the rate of physical disability. Treatment may shorten the length of attacks and make them less severe as well. Interferon for

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What are the Different Types of multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease affecting the central nervous system. It rarely affects people in exactly the same way, and over time, several types of multiple sclerosis have been identified. As well as the four main types of multiple sclerosis, there are numerous subtypes that may be used to describe different forms of the disease. The four main types of multiple sclerosis are relapsing/remitting, secondary progressive, progressive relapsing, and primary progressive.. Relapsing/remitting multiple sclerosis is defined by the patient...


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What Are the Best Tips About Nutrition for multiple sclerosis?

A: There is no cure for multiple sclerosis, so patients and physicians work to control the symptoms of the disorder using medications, therapy and diet. Nutrition for multiple sclerosis can be used as a supplement to treatment, but it should not be used alone to manage or to attempt to cure the disorder. Patients are advised to eat a well-balanced diet, supplemented by some key vitamins and nutrients to help control symptoms. Unbalanced or insufficient diets can exacerbate the muscle tremors, fatigue and pain that are characteristic of this disease. Some specialty diets claim to provide the best nutrition for multiple sclerosis. Some of these...


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multiple sclerosis Test?

A: I am diagnosed 14 years now. I never once had a spinal tap. I was told by a doctor there is no need for one. MRIs show everything. Here is a poem I wrote some people here will know just what it means. multiple sclerosis you know not. Here I am in a room full of strangers. They have no clue of my fears or dangers. The man next to me steps on my foot, I have numb toes. He says I am sorry. I did not feel it, but no one knows. But you look so good, says the lady I told. If she only knew I feel like one hundred years old. Fatigue sets in and my eyes are blurry. They want me to rush they want me to hurry. They forget at times my health is not good. I only wish they understood. I forget at times. Now I forgot what to say. You see

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What Are the Different Kinds of multiple sclerosis Treatments?

A: multiple sclerosis is a condition in which the body gradually destroys the outer coating, known as the myelin sheath, which protects the nerve cells throughout the body. As the nerve cells of the brain and spinal cord lose protection, they may begin to malfunction and cause tremors, difficulty moving limbs, and vision loss. The condition is thought to be caused by a defect in the body’s immune system which causes the body to attack itself. Although there is no cure, there are multiple sclerosis treatments which may reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life for a person suffering with the condition. One of the most common multiple

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What Are the Different Types of multiple sclerosis Therapy?

A: Although there is, at present, no cure for multiple sclerosis, there are many sources of multiple sclerosis therapy available to ease its symptoms and slow its progression. The most common therapeutic interventions include drug therapies, but many other therapies are also available. Plasma exchanges, for example, are commonly used; some patients also find relief through alternative multiple sclerosis therapy, including counseling, acupuncture and bee venom therapy. There are two common types of drugs prescribed for multiple sclerosis therapy. The first type is used to treat the symptoms of

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I have multiple sclerosis. My doctor can not get me in till February. I need a home remedy to make my numbness and tingling go away in my leg and hand.

A: Natural remedies for multiple sclerosis  multiple sclerosis is considered a “no cause, no cure” disease. There is no scientifically proven cure for multiple sclerosis. On the other hand, there is scientific evidence that proves a weak immune system contributes to accelerating it. To fight the effects of multiple sclerosis, you can start by strengthening your immune system. Two tablespoons of Indian gooseberry (indian gooseberry) mixed in a cup of water and taken every morning will provide the required boost to your immunity. If you can find the fruit in its natural form, you...
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What Is the Best Diet for multiple sclerosis?

A: It has not been clinically proven that there is a particular diet for multiple sclerosis (MS) that will reduce the symptoms associated with the disease. The best known diet for multiple sclerosis is to follow the same guidelines for healthy eating recommended to the general population. There have been several patients who have reported a decrease in symptoms following the elimination of foods such as gluten and legumes from their diet. Those with MS may wish to experiment with combinations of food to see if they also have a sensitivity that worsens the symptoms of the disease. Other methods that have been reported, but not proven, to be effective — such as high doses of vitamins and...


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How Can I Deal With multiple sclerosis Fatigue?

A: Fatigue, especially when combined with a chronic condition such as multiple sclerosis, may decrease your quality of life. There are several ways you may choose to deal with multiple sclerosis fatigue. For example, you may take steps to get extra rest, eat well, and even take vitamins to protect and maintain your overall health. You may also find that organizing your home or work environment; delegating non-priority tasks; and avoiding environmental causes of fatigue may help. Developing better ways to cope with stress may also help you to deal with multiple sclerosis fatigue. One of the most effective ways to deal with

 
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