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02 Apr 2021
Greetings All,

I have been away for a while but I'm back and with an all new podcast.

You can check out on the blog here: theslackersmethod.com/en/september-man-s...eptember-man-is-back

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Recognizing Symptoms of MS in Women 1 month 1 week ago #58325

Welcome to our forum dedicated to shedding light on the often unseen symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in women. MS can present differently in women compared to men, making early recognition crucial for effective management.  In women, symptoms may include fatigue, numbness or tingling, weakness, vision problems, and difficulties with balance and coordination. Additionally, women may experience specific issues like bladder or bowel dysfunction, changes in menstruation, and sexual difficulties. These symptoms can vary widely in severity and frequency, often mimicking other conditions, leading to misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis. It's essential for women to pay attention to their bodies, track symptoms, and communicate openly with healthcare providers. In this forum, let's share experiences, insights, and tips for managing MS symptoms as women. Whether you're newly diagnosed, a long-time fighter, or a caregiver, your perspective is valuable. Together, we can navigate the challenges of MS and empower each other to lead fulfilling lives despite its obstacles. Join the conversation and let's support one another on this journey of understanding and managing the symptoms of MS in women . Your voice matters here.
 

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