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How to Prevent and Treat Multiple Sclerosis Flare-Ups

How to Prevent and Treat Multiple Sclerosis Flare-Ups

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients can experience exacerbations, also known as flare-ups, and they can vary for each person. Some can be intense while others are mild. Some bring on new symptoms while others may worsen old ones. A true flare-up lasts at least 24 hours and has been 30 days from the previous attack. These…

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Foods to Avoid with Multiple Sclerosis

Foods to Avoid with Multiple Sclerosis

Maintaining a healthy and nutritious diet is important in managing the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). MS occurs when the body’s own immune system attacks the central nervous system. This can lead to potential symptoms such as numbness, fatigue, vision problems, bowel and bladder dysfunction, and movement challenges. Following a healthy diet can help play…

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Posted and filed under Multiple Sclerosis, Stem Cell Research.
Posted and filed under Health Awareness, Multiple Sclerosis.
Posted and filed under Multiple Sclerosis, Stem Cell Research, Studies.
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Long Term Study Shows Stem Cell Transplantation Helping Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

At 6 months post-treatment, neurological improvement or stabilization was observed from all (99) patients in the study except one. In their recently published study, Long-term outcomes of autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation with reduced-intensity conditioning in multiple sclerosis: physician’s and patient’s perspectives, published in the Annals of Hematology Journal, Shevchenko et al. describe the effects…

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