The food that we eat does far more than just satisfy our appetites. What we feed ourselves determines our health and our outlook. Our MS Symptoms can be eradicated if we eat well. Since I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis,
A stumbling gait or talking gibberish can leave you feeling foolish but, when bladder control goes and you wet yourself MS is embarrassing.
MS can be a pain both literally and figuratively but, it shouldn’t be embarrasing.
Dementia is not, in of itself, a disease. Rather it is a name given to loss of mental acuity caused by other, external, contributing factors like MS.
Do you have Multiple Sclerosis and experience brain fog? You are not alone.
The continual cycle of MS Relapse and Remit is an enigma. Or, it seems so at first glance but, deeper thought reveals a biological battle.
The human body is a wonderful thing, when it works. But like any finely-tuned machine the smallest broken cog can have enormous consequences.
Losing your vision may not be your first consideration when diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. But eyesight problems are common although rarely severe.
My first consideration and real worry was losing mental faculty. Dementia is a real symptom of advancing Multiple Sclerosis.
IBS is an unbelievably common ailment with as many as 1 in 4 people having problems with irritable bowel syndrome at some time or another.
I have been back and forward to outpatients at the local hospital on numerous occasions over a year and a bit. I have been a guinea pig for umpteen medications and we are still NONE the wiser. What a waste of my time and NHS resources!
A list of possible MS symptoms with a synopsis of each, where available. By its very nature, Multiple Sclerosis can have many different symptoms.
It is possible, although unprovable, that every MSer is unique. So many symptoms, so many levels of severity; there must be fewer permutations on the lottery.
MS is a neurological demyelinating disease with many potential symptoms. Here we summarize just a few of the Multiple Sclerosis symptoms
The author or webmaster (as you like) has experienced many of these symptoms since his diagnosis in 1994. The symptoms are neither constant nor consistent and can change from day to day, week to week and even year to year.
The inability to achieve climax during sexual intercourse (anorgasmy) is a problem that may have psychological or neurological causes.
Sexual Problems are always going to be one of those areas where the reader and/or the writer is likely to feel uncomfortable.
Acrophobia is a fear of heights, Vertigo is dizziness and poor balance. The latter is a common symptom of MS.
My physiotherapist encouraged exercise to make me dizzy in the expectation that my brain would become accustomed to the sensation and thereby reduce the severity of the balance loss.