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by Rosanne Castillo-Romero
Hi Cir and Akrista, this is Rosanne.
Have been woozy lately...ear doctor said no problem in ear. Can MS cause this? And can MS cause problems with digestion?
I'm so sorry to hear that you aren't feeling well. Yes, vertigo is an MS symptom. It has to do with balance problems that MSers experience. If you have balance or vertigo problems, be sure to use a cane or walker when trying to get around. You don't need to fall and have to deal with something like that along with any other MS symptoms.
I'm not sure about the digestion problems, Rosanne. I imagine the nerves in the stomach and digestive system could be affected just as anywhere else. I have heard of MSers having trouble swallowing. Other problems include bowel problems, and bladder problems.
I will check on the digestion problems and add another comment. In the meanwhile, try drinking chamomile or ginger tea. Possibly another visitor with MS will add a comment if they experience indigestion and what they do to help it.
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