Parts of Life That Look Different After MS

Physical weakness, fatigue, impaired ability to remember information. MS certainly can take a toll on what day-to-day life looks like. For many living with MS, you now have a greater appreciation for what life looked like before the diagnosis.

Because it’s very common to miss aspects of life that fell victim to the disease, we wanted to start a conversation about the topic. On the MultipleSclerosis.net Facebook page, we asked you to share what you miss most.

Here’s what you had to say. Continue reading

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Brain Preservation and Cognition Ask Me Anything – A Recap

This past Monday night, MSAA held its second Ask Me Anything session of MS Awareness Month 2018!  Focusing on the topic of Brain Preservation and Cognition, MS Experts Rohit Bakshi, MD, FAAN and Jack Burks, MD spent one hour answering more than 20 questions from our Facebook followers.

Some of the most popular questions from the AMA with Dr. Bakshi and Dr. Burks include:

  • Can cognitive loss be remedied or regained?
  • Does the loss of cognition have anything to do with the loss of social etiquette?
  • Is it possible after a diagnosis of MS to have no further physical symptoms or relapse of MS for a period of 5 years, but to suffer significant cognitive losses during that 5 year period?

Find the answers to these questions and many more on MSAA’s Facebook page.

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