There are no symptoms, physical findings or laboratory tests that can, by themselves, determine if a person has MS. Your doctor will use several strategies to determine if a person meets the long-established criteria for that diagnosis.
Diet affects your gut bacteria and metabolism, and those two things can affect your MS - therefore, what you eat can be affecting your MS.
While more than three out of four people with MS are women, there are still men living with MS, and unfortunately, few studies have been published. But here's what we do know: including treatment options, fatherhood, and more.