Multiple sclerosis is a conceivably disabling disease of the spinal cord and brain. In Multiple sclerosis immune system attacks the protective myelin that covers the nerve fibers and arises a communication problem between the brain and the rest of the body. Visual changes, difficulty maintaining balance, vertigo, painful muscle spasms, constipation, and urinary retention are the symptoms of Multiple sclerosis.
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