Monday, May 23, 2016

Relapsing Remitting Ms

Relapsing-remitting MS (RRMS) - Clear relapse and remission periods are the most characteristic for this type of multiple sclerosis. This means that a patient experiences attacks (also called flare-ups, relapses or exacerbations) for a shorter period of time, after which the health stabilizes and a person feels good again.
At this stage of the ms disease it might not look like the condition is overall progressing or worsening. The relapse-remission cycle may repeat many times, usually about twice a year. 

Relapsing Rremitting ms symptoms

Early-initiated long-term therapy is safe and improves outcomes. Relapsing remitting ms symptoms can be improved by Natalizumab reduces the relapse rate more than first-line agents; however, due to issues of adverse effects is a second-line agent reserved for those who do not respond to other treatments or with severe ms disease. Mitoxantrone, whose use is limited by severe adverse effects, is a third-line option for those who do not respond to other medications. Treatment of clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) with interferons decreases the chance of progressing to clinical MS

Approximately 85% of patients are initially diagnosed with this type of MS.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Signs and symptoms of MS

Multiplesclerosis symptoms can manifests itself usually through neurological problems, but can also affect many different parts of a body, as well as a mental and psychiatric state of a person. Even though signs and symptoms can vary, they often include motor, autonomic and visual issues. 

Diagnosing early signs of Ms

Early signs of ms can be manifest in many of different ways, and can be combination of different problems. Usually can begin with problems in coordination and balance, also dizziness and vertigo may follow when persons stands up after long seating. These problems usually can be first symptoms of ms

Multiple sclerosis symptoms researches

Multiple sclerosis researches and statistic show that 85% of patients feels their first symptoms very mild, but this early multiple sclerosis signs and symptoms can progress rapidly.

Ms symptoms and therapy 

Progression of multiple sclerosis symptoms can be stopped and disease can be cured with using right method of stem cell therapy for ms.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Secondary progressive ms

Almost all ms patients that suffer from Relapsing-remitting ms, eventually come to the next stage of a disease which is secondary progressive ms. During SPMS multiple sclerosis starts to progress more steadily, but that doesn’t have to mean it’s going to get worse faster.
Usually all patients diagnosed with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis have difficult and often very often problems with urinary tract, walking, balance, vision and many others.

Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis case study

Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

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SPMS symptoms and treatment

During secondary progressive ms symptoms of this stage of multiple sclerosis can be controlled and reduced.
As the disease progresses, it causes damage and loss of nerves, which is the reason for the change in mainly in treatment for secondary progressive ms.

Tremors are a common problem of multiple sclerosis patients. These uncontrollable shakings can affect a few different body parts, usually limbs. They can be more or less severe, noticeable only by a person experiencing them, or visible by others as well.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Diagnosing multiple sclerosis

In most cases, it's very hard to diagnose Ms,  at first and many other conditions tend to mimic it, which is why approximately 10% of people are wrongly diagnosed with this disorder. Brain infection, multiple strokes, blood vessel inflammation, high-stress levels and vitamin deficiency are all candidates to be initially mistaken for multiple sclerosis by doctors.

How is ms diagnosed? Which symptoms of Ms can be diagnosed first?

One specific test that would accurately show whether or not a person suffers from multiple sclerosis doesn’t exist. Neurologists use a numerous of different tests and ways in order to confirm the diagnose. For all potentially patients, very important is diagnosing sings and symptoms of Ms, after the questionnaire process, come neurological tests, which are also important. Using imaging tests such as MRI allows a more detailed presentation of the brain and spinal cord, showing any irregularities, if present. MRI is most often used when multiple sclerosis is suspected because it gives a view of any deeper inflammation. However, on about 5% of multiple sclerosis patients, this test will show negative results because their brain lesions will not be visible this way. Another problem is that people with high blood pressure or diabetes can have similar MRI results.
A spinal tap for ms is another test that can be used in Multiple sclerosis and diagnosis. Evoked potentials test is an electrical nerve test, which helps a doctor see if the parts of the brain responsible for sight, touch and hearing are affected. Even though blood test can’t show signs of multiple sclerosis, it can help eliminate conditions that look like multiple sclerosis, which is why it is sometimes recommended.

MS treatment with stem cells

Swiss Medica Multiple Sclerosis Treatment are being studied for their efficacy in improving the complications in patients with MS, through the use of stem cells.  These procedures may help patients who don’t respond to typical drug treatment, want to reduce their reliance on medication or are looking to try stem cell therapy before starting drug treatment.

This stem cell treatment is designed to target the myelin sheath by introducing adult mesenchymal stem cells past the blood brain barrier so they may differentiate into and repair the myelin sheath nerve cells. Multiple Sclerosis is an auto-immune condition, adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells have the ability to repair the immune system; keeping it from attacking itself.

New stem cell treatment for MS
The procedure is completely safe, painless and quick. Stem cells used for treatment are taken from patient’s own body, therefore eliminating any possible side effects or rejections. They are extracted from either adipose tissue or bone marrow. After being medically treated, stem cells are ready to be transferred to patient’s organism.
This new treatment helps patients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, to reduce their MS symptoms, and also to improve overall health condition.
As a cure for MS is not find yet, this new treatment shows very good results.