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Living with MS is no walk in the park. Besides all the symptoms that patients endure, there are also side effects that are caused by treatments and external factors. One of those side effects is often feeling itchy.
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Dulci Hill is a multiple sclerosis patient who deals with itching due to the disease. To help ease that side effect, Hill highlights some of her best tips for taking care of the annoying itch, including apple cider vinegar and water.