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The way we stay continent is a very complex process that allows us to voluntarily delay passing urine until we are in a suitable place. This process can sometimes be affected by Multiple Sclerosis
Constipation is common in the general population but is more so amongst people with a neurological condition. It is especially common amongst people with MS as messages between the brain and the bowel can become mixed up leading to slower movement of faeces through the bowel.
Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) can help people who have had damage to their brain or spinal cord to move more easily.
The aim of methylprednisolone is to help reduce inflammation and speed up recovery during a relapse or exacerbation of MS symptoms.
You can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles by regular exercises.
The role of the MS Nurse involves offering support, advice, information, education and help to those who are affected by MS
This is a once daily oral medication for the treatment of active relapsing remitting Multiple Sclerosis.