Saturday, November 22, 2014

Fatigue

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Fatigue is the most common, and often one of the most bothersome, symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Fatigue can keep people away from their work and other activities. Fatigue may come from potential underlying causes, but in order to treat the fatigue stemming directly from MS there are several medications to choose from. In addition, this symptom may require behavioral or environmental changes in order to be best managed.

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The recent sharepost by Dr. Gross, Fatigue and Sleepiness in Multiple Sclerosis, couldn't have come at a better time for me.After a month of high energy, I just recently began to slide back into the clutches of fatigue. The first day that it hit again, I tried to ignore it, even though I felt as though my body weight had tripled. The second day, I…

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