Multiple Sclerosis Nursing Journals

Multiple sclerosis (MS) has a heavy female predominance, as do other well-recognized immunologically induced diseases. Endocrine and immunological aspects are important when a high dose of estrogen specifically estriol has been shown to decrease the amount and number of gadolinium-enhancing lesions in female brains, close to that of normal pregnancy, while side effects outweigh their benefits. When referring to treatment choices due to more serious side effects of disease modifying agents in women, special considerations need to be made. When evaluating treatment choices, clinical conditions known to raise the relapse rates, the postpartum cycle, need to be carefully examined. MS effect on quality of life and other psychosocial problems must be carefully researched and cared for, as is the case with the rest of MS in women previously mentioned in Teresa corona et al., Multiple Sclerosis in Women Pregnancy. Being an unpredictable neurological disorder with a great deal of physical impact on multiple sclerosis in the body is a disease that plays a major role for nurses. Rehabilitation and care for multiple sclerosis is a focus area for researchers with multiple sclerosis. Nurses also play a vital role in managing this disorder along with other health-care professionals.    

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