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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects the brain and central nervous system (spinal chord). The inflammation caused by the autoimmune response damages nerves, which causes a response in many areas of the body. In this section, we cover managing multiple sclerosis with pregnancy and motherhood.

Multiple Sclerosis & Pregnancy

Multiple Sclerosis is more common in women during child bearing years so the question about how safe it is to become pregnant with this autoimmune condition takes center stage for women with the disease.  The consensus is that fertility rates equal that of women without MS and the risks to the infant remain about the same as for any pregnant

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Encephalitis – symptoms and causes

Encephalitis represents inflammation of the brain tissue. Very often encephalitis engages and spinal cord and then it is called encephalomyelitis. Sometimes the brain substance is involved by neighborhood in the inflammatory process in serous meningitis (inflammation of the meninges), and then the differentiation between these two diseases is very difficult. Encephalitis Causes of encephalitis Most causes of serous meningitis can

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Transverse Myelitis

Transverse myelitis is a neurological condition caused by inflammation of the spinal cord resulting in axonal demyelination . It is often develops after viral infection or occur during autoimmune disease. The term transverse myelitis is derived from the latin word myelitis transverse. What causes the Transverse myelitis? The exact causes of transverse myelits still unknown but researchers believe that it

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