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People with multiple sclerosis are not all the same. Many experience symptoms with different levels of severity.

People with multiple sclerosis are not all the same. Many experience symptoms with different levels of severity.

People with multiple sclerosis may also face other chronic health conditions or diseases. Here’s how to manage multiple diagnoses—successfully.

Coping with dual diagnoses - Momentum Magazine Online

It's challenging to explain what it’s like to live with MS when the symptom are not always visible on the outside.

How do you explain multiple sclerosis to family, friends, & colleagues?

Myoclonus can be one of the less common symptoms associated with MS, where a person has a heightened sensitivity to external stimuli.

MS Symptom: Why do I startle so easily?

Well You Look Good – Understanding That You Don’t Understand

Many symptoms of MS aren't visible on the outside, people don't often understand what it is really like to live with MS.

The Question "How are you feeling?" And The Mixed Feelings It Can Cause

Many living with multiple sclerosis have mixed feelings regarding the question "How are you feeling?

What MS really feels like. One of the most comprehensive and correct lists out there. And with humor!

Stethoscopes Could Soon Be Replaced By Hand-Held Ultrasound Devices, Doctors Say

WED 1/18/17: today & yesterday @ the MDHealthChannels (Multiple Sclerosis / Alzheimer's /Medical Marijuana) websites:

March 1 to 19 articles at MSnewsChannel.com (sorry for the delay everyone)...

WED today & yesterday @ the MDHealthChannels (Multiple Sclerosis / Alzheimer's /Medical Marijuana) websites:

But You Don't Look Sick

Living with an unpredictable and invisible illnesses such as multiple sclerosis is hard.

Symptom of the Day by ~JimHubel on deviantART

I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis on January of that was 5 days before my Birthday. It's an auto-immune disease that destroys the b. Come Undone

A relapse is a new or worsening symptom lasting over 24 hours, is more than 30 days after a previous attack, and occurs in the absence of another cause.

Here's a list of some of the lesser known issues associated with multiple sclerosis.

Hyperacusis is defined as a heightened, abnormal sensitivity or intolerance to ordinary, everyday sounds and research suggests it may be associated with MS.

Do You Think Normal Sounds Are Loud, Painful, or Annoying? By Lisa Emrich—December 2015

Extremely Tired... but Can't Sleep

Many with multiple sclerosis may experience complete exhaustion and no energy, but when it's finally time bed, they can't sleep.

So, what’s it like living with Multiple Sclerosis? That’s a question I am asked from time to time and one that’s not all that easy to answer. Trying to describe the physical and mental difficulties and limitations that we experience because of MS is often met with some interesting responses from others.

I will not be defeated

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