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Fasting with Multiple Sclerosis

Fasting with Multiple Sclerosis

Generally, fasting will not affect adversely people with mild symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a disease that attacks the central nervous system. People with MS could have an episodic loss of neurologic function with or without a progressive disability.

It is vital to seek a doctor's advice about fasting with MS.

If you develop symptoms such as cognitive difficulties, depression, numbness, muscle weakness, and balance issues, etc, consult a doctor.  When the disease is diagnosed, regular check-ups and treatment can help.

Your neurologists will guide you about managing the disease via our telemedicine service and advice you when a hospital visit is needed.

 

Edited by:
Areen Turki Said

Areen Turki Said

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