4 Possible Causes of Multiple Sclerosis


Although MS is not considered a genetic disease, having a parent or sibling with multiple sclerosis will increase a person’s risk of developing the disease. Scientists have discovered that populations with high rates of MS tend to have a higher prevalence of certain genes. Many believe that some people have a predisposition for the condition which is then triggered by environmental factors.

Read about nine health issues which are often mistaken for multiple sclerosis.

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One comment

  1. Anita Potter says:

    I was born with Pyloric Stenosis, only second female to be operated on in UK 1943. I was diagnosed with Scleroderma in 1995, my son born 1965 was diagnosed with MS in 1996. Could there be an overlap of all 3 conditions, son was first born.

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