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Can multiple sclerosis Cause Low Blood Pressure?

A: multiple sclerosis is neural disorder in which myelin sheath of the nerves cells is lost. This condition can cause delay or blockage in conduction of impulses. There are many conditions which can affect nervous system leading to low blood pressure like multiple sclerosis, diabetes, nerve damage due to age and Parkinson''s disease. A medicine called Dibenzyline which is used for bladder control in MS patient, also cause low blood pressure. So, low blood pressure is directly related with multiple sclerosis and some medicines used to treat MS....
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Does multiple sclerosis cause brain disfunction?

A: Hiyah Marj!   I can answer your question in one word, okay two, ''Hecks yeah!''   Yes, multiple sclerosis can absolutely have an effect upon cognition and thinking.  I will first direct you to an excellent article right here on Health Central by Dr. Gross who writes about the Cognitive Problems in multiple sclerosis (part one).  Dr. Gross outlines some of the major issues as including the following: Attention Memory Thinking Speed Executive Functioning (planning and judgment) Visuospatial Perception There is are also more than several informative articles to be found on The National multiple
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can multiple sclerosis cause chronic pain?

A: Oh, yes - since it's a disease that affects the nerves, the pain can be quite intense....


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What is multiple sclerosis, or MS?

A: multiple sclerosis (MS) is a central nervous system disease brought about through autoimmune system responses, where the body's immune system essentially attacks the nervous system, and causes damage to the myelin sheath (which is like insulation on electrical wiring) of the nerve cells; which results in 'short-circuiting' of nerve communications. multiple sclerosis often begins in young adult years, and is commonly characterized by a variety of symptoms, many of which do not always indicate multiple sclerosis causes, at the outset. Initially, coordination, balance,...
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What Are the Best Tips for multiple sclerosis Management?

A: The most effective means of multiple sclerosis management should consist of routine monitoring and health screenings. This may include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans to be performed every few months. Corticosteroid medications may help control and manage symptoms and flare ups. Other forms of drug therapy such as glatiramer acetate injections may prove helpful in reducing recurrence of symptoms. multiple sclerosis (MS) management treatment may include learning how to control the affects of acute attacks. This is typically done by administering an effective dosage of anti-inflammatory medications. In more severe attacks, this may need to be done by an intravenous (IV) injection. In...


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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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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?

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 Is The Cause Of multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis is caused by damage caused to the myelin sheath. The myelin sheath protects the nerve cells. When this is damaged there nerve communication and impulses are slowed down considerably. This damage of the nerves is caused by inflammation. This is when the body has a type of autoimmune responses in which the body attacks its own cells. This disease is caused by damage to the Myelin sheath, the protective covering that surrounds nerve cells. Damage to the nerves are as a result of inflammation, especially repeated inflammation to certain areas. This affects the brain and spinal cord which results in loss of muscle control, vision, balance and sensation. Some researchers have speculated that mothers who are not exposed to...


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What Is The Cause Of multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis is caused by damage caused to the myelin sheath. The myelin sheath protects the nerve cells. When this is damaged there nerve communication and impulses are slowed down considerably. This damage of the nerves is caused by inflammation. This is when the body has a type of autoimmune responses in which the body attacks its own cells. This disease is caused by damage to the Myelin sheath, the protective covering that surrounds nerve cells. Damage to the nerves are as a result of inflammation, especially repeated inflammation to certain areas. This affects the brain and spinal cord which results in loss of muscle control, vision, balance and sensation. Some researchers have speculated that mothers who are not exposed to...


 
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