If you’re in a wheelchair or have reduced mobility you may be more at risk of osteoporosis and pressure or bed sores. In addition, advanced MS patients are also more at risk of bladder and kidney infections, and aspiration pneumonia. Speak to your healthcare team about the best ways to avoid these and other MS complications.
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