Could You Have MS? 16 Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
In the most common form of multiple sclerosis, symptoms come and go (known as relapsing remitting MS). These symptoms can run the gamut from mild tingling to more severe vision loss.
5 Things Linked to a Higher Risk of Multiple Sclerosis
Even experts are stumped by multiple sclerosis (MS), the tricky autoimmune disease that affects women two to three times more often than men. To add to the confusion, there’s no diagnostic test for the disease, and one patient can experience wildly different symptoms from another.What experts do know? MS occurs when the body starts to attack its own central nervous system, and certain factors can raise one’s risk of developing the disease.Watch the video to learn about the five traits that might raise your risk of MS.
6 People Explain What It’s Really Like to Live With MS
After Jamie-Lynn Sigler's announcement, we asked several individuals who have multiple sclerosis to share their experience with the disease. These are their stories.
Top 10 Myths About Multiple Sclerosis
Approximately 400,000 people in the U.S. are living with MS, yet many myths are circulating about the illness and its prognosis. Here we debunk the top 10 MS myths, and tell you what you can really expect if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with MS.
17 Multiple Sclerosis Treatments
In less than two decades MS has gone from an essentially untreatable disease to one with almost a dozen medications to slow the progression of the disease and multiple other therapies to alleviate symptoms.