Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
What is the best treatment for MS?
What are 3 drugs to treat multiple sclerosis?
- Cymbalta (duloxetine)
- Effexor (venlafaxine)
- Elavil (amitriptyline)
- Lamictal (lamotrigine)
- Lyrica (pregabalin)
- Neurontin (gabapentin)
- Pamelor; Aventyl (nortriptyline)
- Tegetrol (carbamazepine)
Is MS treatable or curable?
Can multiple sclerosis go away?
Can MS be cured if caught early?
Will MS be cured in 10 years?
What is the safest treatment for MS?
What causes sclerosis?
What are the four stages of MS?
- Clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) This is the first episode of symptoms caused by inflammation and damage to the myelin covering on nerves in the brain or spinal cord. …
- Relapsing-remitting MS (RRMS) …
- Secondary-progressive MS (SPMS) …
- Primary-progressive MS (PPMS)
Can I live normal life with MS?
What are the early warning signs of MS?
- vision problems.
- tingling and numbness.
- pains and spasms.
- weakness or fatigue.
- balance problems or dizziness.
- bladder issues.
- sexual dysfunction.
- cognitive problems.
Can MS stay mild?
Is multiple sclerosis serious?
Is multiple sclerosis painful?
Can stress cause MS?
Can you treat MS without medication?
What is the first treatment for MS?
Can MS progress quickly?
How do you prevent multiple sclerosis?
- Quit smoking.
- Get adequate sun exposure and supplement with vitamin D (5,000 IU per day in winter)
- Eat a healthy diet low in saturated fat, and supplement with flaxseed oil.
- Keep your stress levels down and exercise regularly.
Why are females at greater risk for MS?
What blood tests show multiple sclerosis?
Is multiple sclerosis preventable?
Is Vitamin D good for MS?
What virus causes multiple sclerosis?
Where does MS usually start?
Optic neuritis, or inflammation of the optic nerve, is usually the most common, Shoemaker says. You may experience eye pain, blurred vision and headache.
What happens if MS goes untreated?
How long does MS take to disable you?
Do MS brain lesions go away?
What can make MS worse?
What’s the lifespan of someone with MS?
What does MS feel like at first?
A lack of feeling or a pins-and-needles sensation can be the first sign of the nerve damage from MS. It usually happens in the face, arms, or legs, and on one side of the body. It also tends to go away on its own.
How does MS affect your legs?
How can I test myself for MS?
Can MS come and go?
Can MS be silent?
MS is also called a silent disease because even during remission, the disease still progresses. This is sometimes referred to as the silent progression of MS.
Can you have MS for 20 years and not know it?
MS is diagnosed most commonly in the ages between 20 and 50. It can occur in children and teens, and those older than 50, said Smith. But it can go unrecognized for years.