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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the central nervous system (Brain and Spinal cord) that may cause permanent disability. It is an autoimmune disease in which body’s own immune system attacks the Myelin Sheath (Protective lining) of the nerves thereby causing communication issues between the central nervous system and other body parts. Eventually with the progression of the disease the nerve fibers also get damaged permanently. Some people with MS might lose their ability to walk permanently while in some cases patients may walk but with difficulty.

Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

The symptoms of MS vary from person to person depending upon the amount of nerve damage. Sometimes patients may also go through long periods of remission without any new symptoms. People with Multiple sclerosis may experience:
  • Weakness or Numbness in limbs that commonly occur in one part of the body at a time
  • Pain in eye movements with loss of vision usually in one eye at a time
  • Double vision
  • Pain and tingling sensations
  • Shock like sensations in the body with certain movements like bending the neck forward (Lhermitte sign)
  • Unstable walking, lack of coordination or Tremor
  • Slurred speech
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Loss of bowel and bladder controls

Risk factors for Multiple Sclerosis

  • Age: MS can affect people of any age groups from 15 to 60 years of age.
  • Sex: Women more likely to have MS than men.
  • Family History: You are at a higher risk of developing MS if your parents or immediate relatives have the disease.
  • Certain Infections: Infectious viruses like Epstein-Barr that causes infectious mononucleosis is sometimes linked to MS.
  • Autoimmune Diseases: Other Autoimmune diseases like thyroid, type-1 diabetes or IBD are also sometimes linked with MS.

Complications in Multiple Sclerosis

Muscle spasms and stiffness Paralysis of the lower body loss of bladder, bowel or sexual function Forgetfulness or mood swings Depression Epilepsy Multiple sclerosis cannot be cured but treatment can be undertaken for fast recovery from attacks, manage symptoms and modify the course of the disease. It can be best done with a multidisciplinary approach.

Aids for Multiple Sclerosis

There is no complete cure for multiple sclerosis and so one has to use several aids to cope with the multiple conditions that are caused by MS. The different types of aids include:

Where to Buy Products for Multiple Sclerosis Online?

HPFY brings to you a range of products that can help you to ease the symptoms of MS from top manufacturers like Polar Products, Battle Creek, Convatec, Drive Medical and many more.