Tag Archives: Demyelinating Diseases

Receiving a Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis

The initial diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (also known as MS) is scary.  We feel a wide range of emotions of everything from shock to relief.  Typically by the time diagnosis is reached, we’ve been through a battery of tests and … Continue reading

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MS flare? When to call the doctor…

For many people suffering with MS, knowing when to call the doctor is a difficult decision.  Questions abound as to the significance of symptoms and what exactly is an exacerbation compared to the new “normal” for the patient. An exacerbation … Continue reading

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Monitoring Cognitive Decline in MS or Cog-Fog the Untold Story

Monitoring Cognitive Decline in Multiple Sclerosis Many Multiple Sclerosis patients experience a condition referred to as “Cog-Fog”. Cog-Fog varies from person to person but the majority of complaints come in the form of; loss of memory, inability to concentrate, language … Continue reading

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