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Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to questions on how MS can change a family, MS and pregnancy and talking to your teen.
Bladder & Bowel Dysfunction
Bladder and bowel symptoms are relatively common in multiple sclerosis and can be treated.
Depression & Multiple Sclerosis
Why do some people diagnosed with MS suffer from depression?
Eating Right with Multiple Sclerosis
Healthy eating is important for everyone, but it is particularly important if you have a chronic illness, such as multiple sclerosis.
Exercise & Multiple Sclerosis
The Do's and Don'ts of exercising with multiple sclerosis.
Fatigue & Multiple Sclerosis
Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of MS. Learn the causes and treatments.
How is Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosed?
Diagnosing MS can be very difficult. Learn the set of accepted criteria needed for a diagnosis.
Impact of Temperature Variation on Multiple Sclerosis
Changes in temperature can cause people diagnosed with MS to experience a temporary worsening of their symptoms.
Impaired Cognition in Multiple Sclerosis
Some people diagnosed with MS notice cognitive problems at some time during the disease. Learn symptoms and treatment options.
Intimacy & Multiple Sclerosis
MS can affect the experience of intimacy in a variety of ways. Learn how communication can be key to maintaining an intimate relationship.
Living with Multiple Sclerosis
Tips on maintaining a positive attitude after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis & Pain
Pain can be a major cause of reduced function, decreased sense of well-being, and an important target for treatment in patients diagnosed with MS.
Multiple Sclerosis: Resources for Caregivers
View a list of national and governmental resources available to you and your loved one.
Needle Disposal
Patients can prevent injury, illness, and pollution by following some simple steps for disposing used needles.
Talking to Your Teen About Multiple Sclerosis
What teens want to know, what kind of emotions they may feel and how you can help.
Glossary
Glossary of multiple sclerosis related terms and definitions.

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