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    1. Is Your MS Treatment Working?

      Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a complex, individual disease. No two people with this disease have the same symptoms, progression, or response to treatment. That makes a collaborative approach with your doctor even more important than usual. It's key to tailoring multiple sclerosis treatment just for yo

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    2. Treating Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis

      Living with multiple sclerosis means living with uncertainty. The course of the disease is very difficult for doctors to predict. Some people live with MS for years without suffering serious symptoms. Others may rapidly become disabled. Why the course of the disease varies so widely remains unclear.

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    3. Multiple Sclerosis: Advances in Research and Treatment

      While the cause of multiple sclerosis (MS) is still not known, advances in treatment options and new understanding about the disease have been especially brisk in the past few years, researchers say. As a result, the future for the 400,000 Americans with the chronic, sometimes disabling disease may

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    4. What to Expect With Primary Progressive MS

      For Mimi Mosher, a person with primary progressive MS, clarity first came when she lost her vision. Her eyesight steadily eroded by multiple sclerosis, Mimi now lived in a near-constant dusk. The realization came at a scary time. “I was driving. I thought, I can’t do this anymore. I had to pull off

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    5. Work & Multiple Sclerosis

      How to handle workplace issues when you have multiple sclerosis. Elissa Levy, a 37-year-old with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (MS), is living proof of the unpredictability of this progressive neurological disease that affects the central nervous system. Soon after being diagnosed in Janu

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    6. Pain and Multiple Sclerosis

      Each person with multiple sclerosis has a different pain story. Some don’t have any at all. Or you might feel a tingle, stab, or spasm. One out of two people with the condition hurt for a long time. But there are several ways to get relief. Origins of the Ouch The pain you feel from MS can come from

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    7. Romance and Multiple Sclerosis

      Navigating the rocky road of dating and relationships is challenging enough when you're perfectly healthy. Having a degenerative disorder like multiple sclerosis (MS) can throw up additional barriers at every turn, from deciding whether to disclose your status on a first date to grappling with issue

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    8. Modifying Your Home When You Have MS

      When multiple sclerosis limits your mobility, your home can feel like an obstacle course. Fortunately, with some planning and creative thinking, most areas of the house can be readily adapted so you can function smoothly throughout the day. "When modifying your home, the goal is to achieve maximal i

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