Are You Itchy from MS?

Living with MS is no walk in the park. Besides all the symptoms that patients endure, there are also side effects that can come through as a result of the disease, treatments, and outside factors. One of those effects is feeling itchy.
Dulci Hill is a multiple sclerosis patient who deals with itching due to the disease. To help you ease that side effect, Hill shared this video that highlights a great tips about how to take care of those itches —  apple cider vinegar and water.

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  1. Maddy says:

    Totally unrelated, but I would like to find out more about stem cell transplants and how this aids with MS?
    I have read that there are 2 Canadian doctors that say they may have found the cure for MS, with chemotherapy and stem cell transplants.
    Really curious as I have RRMS and would really like to be able to run up stairs properly and walk more than one kilometre and need to pee.

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