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Does electronic therapy work for MS pain?

I am considering the use of electronic therapy to help with managing the pain I am experiencing due to my MS. What options are open to me? There are two tried and trusted methods of electronic therapy used to manage the impact of pain. Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy
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Long Covid and MS – should I worry?

I have MS and recently contracted Covid-19 from which I am now fully recovered. Should I be concerned about long Covid, particularly its impact on me as a person with MS? The medical science world is continuously working to understand better the long-term impact of Covid-19 on those who have
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Healthworkz takes on My MS Marathon

Healthworkz takes on My MS Marathon The team at Healthworkz neuro fitness and movement therapy studio are delighted to be getting involved and supporting MS-UK by taking part in My MS Marathon this July! My MS Marathon is MS-UK’s most accessible marathon. All you need to do is dream up
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Are MS and high blood pressure connected?

I am having issues with very high blood pressure since shortly after being diagnosed with MS. Is this a regular occurrence? Can you tell me if other people with progressive MS have this additional health issue? MS and high blood pressure may be related. In medical terms, having two chronic
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12 of the best mental health apps

Mental health apps Mobile phone or tablet apps can be really useful for supporting your mental wellbeing, so here we take a look at what is available in the app store at the moment. At MS-UK, we believe in offering people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) as much information as
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Reach out to the MS-UK Helpline for support

Reach out to the MS-UK Helpline for support Did you know the MS-UK Helpline is here to support anyone affected by MS? We understand how multiple sclerosis (MS) can affect the person living with the long-term health condition, their family, friends and loved ones in a range of ways. Whether you’re at
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Find out about MS and heat sensitivity

MS and heat sensitivity UK heatwaves are synonymous with front-page pictures of beaches packed with people enjoying the sunshine, busy beer gardens buzzing with excitement, and long queues of children at the ice-cream van. But for those with multiple sclerosis (MS), very often the heat spells nothing but misery because
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Real life – Anne’s fampridine experience

Real life – Anne’s fampridine experience Fampridine is currently only available on the NHS in Scotland and Wales. Scottish MSer Anne Kerr shares her experience of the drug I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2002, and my walking and balance had become very poor – as I have
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Find out about the new DMTs available

Find out about the new DMTs available Currently there are more disease modifying therapies (DMTs) available than ever. It is a really promising time for people diagnosed with MS, as more can be done to help manage the course of the disease. There are also now treatments available for all
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Learn about the different types of MS

Learn about the different types of MS Did you know that multiple sclerosis (MS) can take different forms? These are the most common types of MS Relapsing remitting MS Relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) is the most common form of MS, with approximately 85 per cent of people with the
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