What is your ACB?

ACB = anticholinergic burden Barts-MS rose-tinted-odometer: ★ “I had no idea oxybutynin and other anticholinergics affected cognition to such an extent” is the standard response I get when I discuss the impact of the most commonly prescribed drugs for MS-related bladder problems (urgency and frequency). The older the bladder drug the more likely it is to cross the blood-brain barrier and affect...

#MS-Selfie: infections and how to self-manage your bladder

In response to a comment from one of our readers, I am starting a series of posts called #MS-Selfie, which is derived from the term self-management. These posts are a long read but will help you manage your own MS. Over the last few weeks, many of my posts have focused on MS-specific mechanisms underlying why pwMS become disabled and how DMTs can delay, or prevent, this damage from occurring. The...



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