10 Things to Know About Multiple Sclerosis in Children

4- Symptoms of childhood MS are similar to adult MS, presenting problems with vision, balance, walking, bladder or bowel control, tingling or numbness, and tremors among others.

5- Children with MS are also more prone to total lack of energy and seizures, which rarely affect adults with the condition.

6- 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.

7- Corticosteroids can be used to reduce inflammation during flares, however, many may suffer from side effects.

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