Progress is being made in the area of stem cell treatment of different types of multiple sclerosis.
Although it is difficult to predict how multiple sclerosis will progress in any individual patient, early relapses indicate a greater likelihood to progress to secondary progressive MS.
While multiple sclerosis prognosis is very difficult on an individual basis, some research is showing that it may be that people who are diagnosed with MS at a younger age take longer to accumulate disability, but still become disabled at younger age than those diagnosed later in life.
Those of us on therapy for MS can be on it for years without really knowing if it is helping or not. Research is showing that there are ways to determine if a certain therapy is right for us earlier in the course of treatment.
Deciding when to tell people that you have MS is a personal decision and every situation is different. Go with what feels right after weighing the pros and cons of your disclosure.
Every family affected by multiple sclerosis must make the decision on when and how to share the facts of the disease with the children. I believe the best that anyone can do is talk to children about serious issues calmly and with love.
There are many families in which one of the parents is affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). Learn about the affects of MS on children and how to avoid some of the problems.
There are many families in which one of the parents is affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). Learn how children can be affected by MS in the family and some tips to help.
Many people with multiple sclerosis (MS) give up driving, due to symptoms like cognitive dysfunction, spasticity or sensory symptoms that make it difficult to drive. Some people have been able to learn to drive again safely with therapy.
I'm writing to remind you that as things start to heat up, you may experience more paroxysmal symptoms. These are those lovely MS symptoms that appear and make