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.


  1. There are some early signs of multiple sclerosis that can help you to identify this disease. These are vision problems, tingling, pain and spasms, weakness or fatigue, sexual dysfunction, and cognitive problems. If you find this symptoms on you then you should take suggestions from the doctor as soon as possible. Multiple sclerosis treatment

  2. Multiple sclerosis is also known as MS. This disease is a progressive disease. The symptoms of this disease develop day day. Stem cell therapy is the best treatment that can control the development of this disease. Multiple sclerosis treatment