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Welcome To My Blog!

Dear Reader,

Welcome to my blog, which is devoted to one of the most serious and terrible diseases known to the world of medicine nowadays – namely, Multiple Sclerosis or just MS - a complex disease of the central nervous system.

In my blog I'm trying to open and expose all the aspects of the disease, emphasizing on such a significant issue as MS Treatment. Surely it won't be a panacea, but my vision of how to overcome and cope with Multiple Sclerosis and its consequences.

The blog would be helpful to MS affected people as well as to those who have suspicions in this question and to those who are just interested in the mentioned sphere and want to make out what Multiple Sclerosis is, what its causes and symptoms are, how it is diagnosed and treated. You would learn whether MS can be prognosticated or prevented and all paramount information, including statistics, concrete facts and latest news about MS and everything connected with it.

I hope information presented here would be of use to you, my dear reader and would help you to understand how to cope with the disease and live a normal life. I also hope you will accept the invitation to take a trip with me, as I try to demonstrate that there is not anything insuperable or anything a human being can't manage with and Multiple Sclerosis is not an exception. Let me support you on the way to your victory, the victory over yourself and your ailment and lead you to such a tempting word - Health!

Some Ways to Fight MS Fatigue

Most people with multiple sclerosis experience fatigue — and many of these people often find it the most limiting MS symptom.

"No matter what stage of MS people have, they usually rank fatigue as their most troubling symptom. Other MS symptoms may come and go, but fatigue seems to be a constant," says Jeffrey Cohen, MD, director of the Clinical Neuroimmunology Fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.

Multiple Sclerosis and Libido

Many people suffer from diminished libido (a low desire for sex), regardless of whether they have a chronic condition like multiple sclerosis or not. In fact, according to a recent study published in Obstetrics and Gynecology, low sex drive may affect over 40 percent of women in the United States. In addition, living with MS can put you at increased risk for developing sexual health complications, including decreased libido. The good news is that the double whammy of being female and having MS doesn't mean a healthy and satisfying sex life is something you'll have to sacrifice.

10 Things New MS Patients Should Know

Receiving a multiple sclerosis diagnosis can be frightening and overwhelming. “Having MS today is much different from what it was in the past because we now have a number of new and promising treatments that do a good job at controlling symptoms,” says William Sheremata, MD, a professor of clinical neurology and director of the Multiple Sclerosis Center at the University of Miami in Florida.

Multiple Sclerosis and Exercise

Exercise can help ease the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, but it's important to take certain precautions if you want your exercise program to be successful. The most important thing to remember is to not overdo it.