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What are the signs&symptoms of multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system. symptoms of multiple sclerosis can be mild, severe or something in between. Most people who have multiple sclerosis develop symptoms between the ages of 20 and 40, according to both the Mayo Clinic and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.Limbsmultiple sclerosis causes numbness or weakness in the limbs. This can happen on one or both sides of the body. multiple sclerosis can cause tingling or pain....


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What are the signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis?

A: You can look at this website: http://www.msviewsandnews.org Register also see the blog: http://wwwmsviewsandrelatednews.blogspot.com/ Between the two, there are thousands or pieces of information May though be best for you to see a neurologist, before making your own diagnosis Regards, Stuart Schlossman In multiple sclerosis , damage to the myelin in the central nervous system (CNS), and to the nerve fibers themselves, interferes with the transmission of nerve signals between the brain and spinal cord and other parts of the body. This disruption of nerve signals produces the primary symptoms of MS, which vary...


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What are the symptoms of multiple sclerosis?

A: multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive autoimmune disease that attacks the central nervous system. The symptoms of this disease vary widely from one person to the next. In fact, diagnosing MS can be difficult, because in the beginning symptoms may come and go.Episodes of MSAttacks of MS can last for weeks or months. In certain patients, episodes of MS may alternate with periods involving few or no symptoms, while in other patients, symptoms continue to worsen without periods of remission....


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How Can You Recognize symptoms of multiple Sclerosis In Its Early Stages?

A: I have knee pain and stiffness.....orthopedic tests (ex-rays) do not show gross abnormalities  ....''some arthritis''  but not to the degree of my pain....MS was suggested by nurse practitioner    .  Does MS cause pain?  Is there a definitive test for MS...
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symptoms of multiple sclerosis?

A: Well obviously you can insist on the doc checking you out, blood work etc. Or get a referral for a diff doctor. Sounds like he/she just doesn't have a clue. Do you take any supplements? A very good B complex would be worth starting for overall systemic issues...stress will exaggerate symptoms in the body especially if it may be leaning towards something autoimmune related. Only other thought is fibromyalgia... And I hope you are taking something for the headaches...staying hydrated/water and getting another opinion, even a natural health practitioner in your area....


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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

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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

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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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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 having relapses or episodes

 
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