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- Children with MS are also more prone to total lack of energy and seizures, which rarely affect adults with the condition.
- There is no cure for child-onset MS but there are treatments available to make life more comfortable and help relieve some of the symptoms of the disease.
- Corticosteroids can be used to reduce inflammation during flares, however, many may suffer from side effects.
- Plasma exchange and intravenous immunoglobulin can be used for children who cannot tolerate corticosteroids.