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What's the best treatment for multiple sclerosis?

A: there is no known "best" treatment for MS. every case is different and your choices should be made on information that is read-ally available from your neurologist and on the web. I was officially diagnosed yesterday. but i looked into many different treatments over the last month before i made my choice. P.S. my mother had MS at a time when there was no treatments Although nutritional supplements and rife machines make sense and have their place, LDN or low dose naltrexone is the single most significant drug treatment I have used or read about. One year of Copaxone failed to diminish the increase in actively enhancing lesions found on MRI, but within weeks of beginning treatment with LDN, I could feel improvement. After 8 months, I had another MRI which provided confirmation in...


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What treatments do you suggest for multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis, or MS, is an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and central nervous system. Its symptoms can include numbness and tingling in the body, weakness, and impaired movement or coordination. The particular treatment recommended for your condition will depend on the severity of your MS symptoms and the state of your overall health. Many options are available to ease any pain associated with multiple sclerosis, ranging from oral and injectable medications to lifestyle changes and alternative remedies. Monitoring your symptoms and working closely with your doctor will help you determine which...


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I deal with severe leg pain with multiple sclerosis. I have tried morphine. Would anything else be helpful?

A: MS Contin (morphine) is an opiate used to treat severe pain, such as pain from MS (multiple sclerosis), and it is one of the strongest medications available. Oxycontin (oxycodone) is a similar alternative, but if you are not tolerating the grogginess or constipation from MS Contin (morphine) or some other form of morphine, you will probably have the same problems with any form of oxycodone. Extended release forms of medications are usually better tolerated as far as side effects go. Ultram (tramadol) is another pain medication which may be a good alternative. There is no cure for MS (multiple sclerosis), but there are ways to treat the many symptoms. The National

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Is there a natural remedy for multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis is serious disorder because it is potentially debilitating as the affected individual’s immune system acts destructively against the protective sheath over the nerves. This affects the communication process between your brain and various body parts, as signals or transmissions are sent via the nerves. The condition can even lead ultimately to a progressive deterioration of the nerves, which is irreversible. The symptoms of the condition would vary greatly depending on the extent of the damage to the nerves and also depending on which nerves are affected. In very severe cases the extent of nerve damage can be so far reaching, so as to leave the person unable to walk or speak. The condition...
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What is multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disease in which the body''s immune system attacks the myelin, the fatty sheath covering and insulating the nerve fibers that carry signals from the brain to other parts of the body. As a result of this, scar tissue called sclerotic plaques form, and the nerve fibers themselves may also be damaged. Nerve signals traveling through these damaged areas are distorted or interrupted, and this faulty transmission produces the variety of symptoms people with MS experience. multiple sclerosis is one of the most common disorders of the central nervous system in younger adults, and affects three times as many women as men. The course of MS...
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What are some things that help MS ( multiple sclerosis)?

A: multiple sclerosis is characterized by disseminated patches of demyelination in the brain and spinal cord. Common symptoms include visual and oculomotor abnormalities, paresthesias, weakness, spasticity, urinary dysfunction, and mild cognitive impairment. Typically, neurologic deficits are multiple, with remissions and exacerbations gradually producing disability. Diagnosis is by history of remissions and exacerbations plus objective demonstration of at least 2 separate neurologic abnormalities by clinical signs or test results, MRI lesions, or other criteria, depending on symptoms. Treatment includes Corticosteroids for acute exacerbations, immunomodulatory drugs to...


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How Effective Is Acupuncture for multiple sclerosis?

A: Patients the world over have used acupuncture for multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms, and studies have shown that most experience some level of improvement with repeated visits. This generally works best when used in conjunction with other therapies, including some holistic approaches and conventional methods. In many large studies, the majority of patients saw marked improvement in muscle tone, coordination, bladder control, and muscle pain. Acupuncture works by opening pathways between nerves and body systems and the brain, so that they can communicate more effectively. MS affects these pathways and creates substances that lead to blockages, resulting in ineffective communication between muscles and the brain. This...


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What Are The Signs Of multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis means multiple lesions can occur at the brain and spinal cord. Signs include any limbs weakness, any sensory weakness or any visual disturbances which is sudden. The signs can be transient and dissappear after sometime or it can leave residual weakness which worsened overtime. Patient will usually die as a result of respiratory infection rather than disease itself. The early symptoms of multiple sclerosis can include weakness, incoordination, and tingling sensations. There can also be numbness in one or more extremities. Some people can have problems associated with their cognition. Slurred speech can also occur along with...


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What Are The Signs Of multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis means multiple lesions can occur at the brain and spinal cord. Signs include any limbs weakness, any sensory weakness or any visual disturbances which is sudden. The signs can be transient and dissappear after sometime or it can leave residual weakness which worsened overtime. Patient will usually die as a result of respiratory infection rather than disease itself. The early symptoms of multiple sclerosis can include weakness, incoordination, and tingling sensations. There can also be numbness in one or more extremities. Some people can have problems associated with their cognition. Slurred speech can also occur along with...


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I''m a patient of multiple sclerosis kindly tell what to do to lead a normal life

A: Natural Treatment for multiple sclerosis multiple sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of the central nervous system that usually attacks young adults, more commonly women. This condition affects the parts of the brain and the spinal cord that are known as white matter. The main symptoms for MS are muscle weakness, problems with your speech, difficulty while moving, and a problem with motor balance. Despite a great deal of research into the diseases, the exact cause of MS is still an elusive secret. Some people think that because it is almost non-existent in tropical areas, it might be caused by a lack of vitamin D in childhood. There is no known cure for MS...
 
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