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Multiple Sclerosis Pain Directory

The idea that MS doesn't cause pain is an outdated one. Many multiple sclerosis patients do experience chronic pain. The unusual thing about MS pain is that it is often without a direct cause or stimulus and can affect several different parts of the body at once. It's also hard for many with multiple sclerosis to describe the type of pain they experience which in turn can cause anxiety and depression. Learn more about MS pain and how to help manage it.

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When most people think of multiple sclerosis, they think of a disease that causes symptoms of weakness and motor problems -- not pain.

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