By Malvika Kashyap
April 29, 2022
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Communication between the brain and the body is disrupted by a condition in which the immune system eats away at the protective coating of nerves, resulting in nerve damage.
There is no single test that can accurately diagnose MS. However, blood tests and imaging tests, such as an MRI, may reveal that you have multiple sclerosis.
weariness, numbness and tingling, dizziness and loss of balance, stiffness or spasms, tremor, pain, bladder issues, bowel problems, and other symptoms
Multiple sclerosis has no recognised aetiology. It's classified as an autoimmune illness because the immune system attacks the body's own tissues.
MS can strike at any age, however it commonly strikes between the ages of 20 and 40. Relapsing-remitting MS affects more than twice as many women as it does males.
Walking difficulties that may need the use of a walker or wheelchair The inability to control one's bowels or bladder, Memory issues, Problems with se-xuality.
There is no cure for MS at this time. Disease-modifying therapy, relapse-prevention drugs, and physical rehabilitation may all be part of your overall treatment plan.
You can avoid MS by eating a nutritious diet, exercising regularly, managing stress, quitting smoking, and limiting alcohol use.
Vision issues, muscle weakness, loss of balance, and numbness are all symptoms of MS. Several pharmacological therapy can help to keep nerve damage to a minimum. But consult with a doctor.
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