Sunday, December 04, 2016

Cognitive Issues

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Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects cognitive functioning in addition to mobility. Cognitive symptoms of MS include trouble with memory, concentration, and multitasking. Patients often find it difficult to recall words when speaking. MS can cause scarring in parts of the brain that is in charge of processing and storing information. MS patients are also at a greater risk of depression and other mood disorders.

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Hi all!   Just a little preface here before presenting the writing of Doctor Nitin Sethi.  We have been talking a lot this week about something called Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (that sure is a hard phrase to spell!) and the latest research of a Dr. Zamboni who claims that MS may really be a vascular disease instead of an…

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Vicki, Health Guide, answered ms seizures Hi Concerned Niece, Sorry to hear about your uncle.  You know there is no cure for MS, so he will not…

05/24/09

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Merely Me, Health Guide, commented on Does MS Affect Your Cognition? Love your word Vicki!   I have always loved word games and scrabble and…

05/08/09

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Mandy Crest, Health Guide, commented on The Multiple Sclerosis/Migraine… Even in patients with relapsing/remitting MS -- where there are clearly defined…

04/23/09

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Mandy Crest, Health Guide, commented on Cognitive Function Hot Button As always, your comments help us all to realize that we are far from alone in our…

01/26/09

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