Women’s Health Issues With Multiple Sclerosis

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by Wendy Henderson |

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In this video from MS Views and News, Patricia Pagnotta, ARNP, MSN, CNRN, MSCN, talks about wellness, nutrition and women’s symptoms and issues living with multiple sclerosis (MS) from the MS Center of Great Orlando, Florida.

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Pagnotta discusses issues such as bladder problems, family dynamics and relationships, reproductive health and birth control, diet, and other general health topics related to having multiple sclerosis as a woman. She also touches on the risks that children and adolescents have of developing MS due to a poor diet.

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