Multiple SclerosisInfo Center
MS and Achy Restless Legs
Strong urges to move your legs and painful sensations like crawling, tingling and burning can make it hard to fall asleep and stay asleep. These symptoms are associated with restless legs syndrome (RLS) and studies show it may have an association with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Infertility Treatments and MS Don't Mix
Having difficulty conceiving is a reality for 10 to 20 percent of western couples. While some turn towards infertility treatments, those with conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS) may need to exercise caution in these important reproductive decisions.
Low Vitamin D Linked to MS Flare-Ups
While multiple sclerosis (MS) has some hereditary causes, it has also been linked to environmental factors. Recent studies suggest a link between low vitamin D levels and an increased risk of relapse.
Marijuana for Multiple Sclerosis
One of the most common symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) is pain due to muscle stiffness. The difficulty of finding relief through medication and dealing with a medication’s side effects has led many to seek alternative treatments.
Two Types of MS Defined
Multiple sclerosis (MS) and treatment for the disease vary among the approximate 400,000 MS patients in the United States. A better classification system of the disease could enable doctors to better match patients to medication.
Memory Herb Does Not Work for MS
Difficulty with memory and mental functioning are a known side effect of multiple sclerosis (MS). Ginkgo biloba is thought by many to be a mental booster- but does it actually work? Can it help people with MS?
Risk of Seizure with Ampyra
The FDA gave new warnings for Ampyra . Some people taking this drug for Multiple Sclerosis may be at risk of having seizures in the first few days or weeks of taking the drug.
Understanding MS Through Imaging Tools
Could multiple sclerosis (MS) be related to the quality of a patient’s blood flow? Doctors and scientists are using imaging tools to answer these types of questions and understand the origins of the disease.
Reducing Tremors in MS
Tremors are one of the most difficult multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms to treat. Several medications exist to treat tremors, but not much is known about their ability to consistently reduce symptoms. This can be confusing for MS patients who experience tremors.
Mobility With MS
Are you having problems getting around due to your multiple sclerosis (MS)? Many people living with MS report mobility as a common problem. Increasing mobility in people living with MS first requires pinpointing the reasons behind it.