Symptom Management

Symptom Management

Optic Neuritis and MS

We are now able to predict the risk of subsequent MS in selected individuals who present initially with optic neuritis.
Symptom Management

Give Me A Hug, But Not an MS Hug

The MS Hug is the name given to a “band-like” sensation that feels like a tight strap or girdle wrapped around the torso area.
Symptom Management

Monkey Brain-Mind Hopping and MS

Reduce distractions, take time for yourself, and eventually, the monkey will take a nap, allowing you to focus on what you need to do.
Symptom Management

The Many Shadows of MS Related Depression

There are many causes for depression, each reflecting different influences. Most of these causes fall into two categories: organic or situational.
Symptom Management

The Symptoms That Can Slow You Down

Have an open discussion with your healthcare team to develop a treatment plan to keep you “moving freely” throughout the course of MS.
Symptom Management

Eye Movement Abnormalities in MS

Internuclear ophthalmoplegia is the classic visual problem of the eye movement system and is seen in 22 percent of individuals with MS.
Symptom Management

Numbness and Weakness

We will examine these two common symptomatic problems and explore their various treatment options.
Symptom Management

Getting the Word Out: Speech Difficulties and MS

As many as 40 percent of people who are diagnosed with MS will face speech difficulties at some time.
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