People with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) face a range of challenging symptoms such as paralysis, depression, incontinence, sexual dysfunction and sleep disorders. A recent study of 156 MS patients, found that 51% met the criteria for Restless leg Syndrome(RLS) based on the neurological examinations and medical interviews of patients and that RLS was associated with higher MS related disability. The results suggest that RLS is also common among patients with MS.
More than half of MS patients have RLS
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