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Early Signs of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressively disabling neurological disease affecting the central nervous system. MS is an autoimmune disease. Permanent damage to the nervous system is caused when the person’s immune system attacks the myelin – the protective layer surrounding the nerves and disrupting communication between the brain and the body.

There Is No Cure for MS

No one knows what causes multiple sclerosis is unknown – or why some people develop MS while others do not. Certain risk factors can increase the likelihood of developing MS:

Early Symptoms of MS

The symptoms of MS can vary significantly from person to person, but common symptoms, such as the sensation of electric shocks when bending the neck, tremors, and numbness in the limbs. Other symptoms can include eye pain, loss of vision, blurry vision, slurred speech, and fatigue. For most people with MS, the symptoms become worse over time, progressing to the point of debilitation. MS is a frustrating disease, because for most people who develop it, it is relapsing remitting, meaning the symptoms get worse, then get better, then worsen again in cycles.

While there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, people with the disease benefit from treatment to slow the progression. These treatments include medications, muscle relaxants, physical therapy, and injections. Complete Neurological Care provides intravenous (IV) therapy, also known as a Myers’ Cocktail, as a treatment option for a variety of different conditions.

For multiple sclerosis treatment, schedule an appointment today with our Complete Neurological Care doctors and specialists, located in Queens, Downtown Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan, Long Island, Upper West Side, the Bronx, and New Jersey. We offer the skills and technology necessary to diagnose and treat your neurological concerns.

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