Multiple Sclerosis

The Multiple Sclerosis section of the iMedix Blog is a resource rich in information about MS, covering topics like symptom management, treatment advancements, and lifestyle adaptations. It’s an essential guide for patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals to navigate the complexities of this neurological condition.

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07.10.2023 01:51
Multiple sclerosis (MS) can often leave individuals feeling isolated due to the unique nature of each case. Even the people closest to us, like friends, family, and doctors, may not fully understand what we are going through. This is why connecting with others who have MS can have a positive impact on our lives. Finding someone who gets us helps us feel less alone. iMedix Suggests: Life as a
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12.09.2023 17:42
One regular Sunday afternoon, I finally decided to purchase the red sports car that I had been longing for. This car represented a fresh start for me, as my children had grown up and I no longer needed my soccer mom van. I was ready for a change. However, as I was signing the paperwork, I realized that I couldn't sign my name properly. I had to draw my name in big circular motions with my arm.
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31.08.2023 20:11
Living with a chronic condition can have a negative impact on self-esteem, but it is important to acknowledge and process these emotions. It is okay to admit that your condition is affecting you emotionally. Life is not always perfect, and true strength is shown when you can pick yourself up from your lowest moments. What if MS is Not the Only Chronic Condition? In my journey towards healing, I
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09.08.2023 14:54
Parenting is already a challenging task, but when you are also living with multiple sclerosis (MS), it becomes even more difficult. MS can cause mobility issues and extreme fatigue, making it hard to keep up with the demands of parenting. The author shares their experience of being diagnosed with MS when their children were young, and the worries and doubts they had about their ability to care
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03.08.2023 05:16
Living with multiple sclerosis (MS) for 40 years, I have experienced numerous falls. In the past, falling didn't seem like a big deal, as I could simply get back up. However, as I have aged and spent most of my time in chairs, my bones have become weak. A serious fall in 2019 resulted in a fractured pelvis that left me bedridden for two weeks. Since then, I have taken falls more seriously and
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20.07.2023 13:37
Stress plays a significant role in autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis (MS). This has been true in my case, as well as many others with MS. One primary cause of stress for me is the tendency to constantly please others, a behavior known as people-pleasing. Many individuals with MS can relate to this. How To Stop People Pleasing But what exactly is people-pleasing? According to life
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14.07.2023 14:23
I was fortunate to have an MS-specialized neurologist from the beginning, which saved me time and ensured that I received proper care. My neurologist, Dr. Adnan Subei, oversees my disease management and keeps track of my progression. He stays informed about new therapies and clinical trials and always addresses my concerns. I trust his judgment completely. What is Team-Based Care? I am also
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19.06.2023 15:06
I have always considered myself to be a strong woman, but life has thrown some difficult challenges my way since I was a young girl. The first loss I experienced was when I was just 5 years old and my father passed away. I didn't fully understand death at that age, but I knew that losing a father figure was a significant loss. Then, at the age of 18, I lost my mother, who was the most important
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28.05.2023 23:24
Multiple sclerosis has been a relentless teacher, constantly providing me with lessons that I have yet to fully grasp. As I sat down to write about the lessons I've learned from 40 years of living with MS, I quickly realized that my learning journey is far from over. Despite thinking I had enough time, I soon found myself proven wrong by MS. Multiple Sclerosis - How I Knew I Had MS Just when I
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05.05.2023 08:58
Living with multiple sclerosis (MS) comes with a variety of symptoms, but fatigue is perhaps the most common one. It can be debilitating and exhausting, affecting even the simplest tasks. Fatigue can arise without warning, making it frustrating when others don't understand what it feels like. It's important to differentiate between regular tired and the unique fatigue experienced with MS. Fatigue
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