Multiple Sclerosis New Zealand
In multiple sclerosis, damage to the myelin in the central nervous (CNS) and to the nerve fibers themselves, interferes with the transmission of nerve signals between the brain and spinal cord and other parts of the body. This disruption of nerve signals produces the primary symptoms of MS, which vary depending on where the damage has occurred. Over the course of the disease, some symptoms will come and go, while others may be more lasting. Some symptoms of MS are much more common than others. If you think you may have or being getting MS see your doctor right away. Disability advisory group New Zealand supplies links to Multiple Sclerosis New Zealand below, please visit their website.