Thursday, October 23, 2014

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Is multiple sclerosis painful?  Unfortunatey, yes.  Pain related to MS can include musculoskeletal pain, neuropathic pain and tertiary pain.  Despite pain from multiple sclerosis, it is possible to still live a fulfilling and joyful life.  Learn the risk factors and symptoms to best co-exist with MS-related pain.

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There is pain in multiple sclerosis, with several categories that can be acute or chronic. My last article discussed neuropathic pain.  Today, I am going to talk about details specific to musculoskeletal pain. Our musculoskeletal system -- bones, muscles, connective tissues -- provides our bodies with stability and movement.…

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Vicki, Health Guide, commented on Pain and MS: Musculoskeletal Pain Hi Sez, I'm sorry to hear about your migraines.  Lucky me, I have not…

09/10/09

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Vicki, Health Guide, answered knee and ankle pain why Hi jlsanders,    It is quite possible your knee and ankle pain is caused by balance…

08/19/09

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Lisa Emrich, Health Guide, commented on Regaining Feeling in Feet: Multiple… Hi lets dance,   I'm glad that you've found us, and very glad that…

08/15/09

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Vicki, Health Guide, posted Pain and MS: Tertiary Pain It has been established that there is pain in MS. I have talked about neuropathic pain and…

07/30/09

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