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MS attacks the central nervous system, which sucks, because that’s pretty much what is in control of everything, including when you pee. Bladder dysfunction is a breakdown in the communication between nerves and the bladder.
Glass half-empty: tremors are involuntary shaking, usually of your hands or arms. Glass half-full: you give the best jazz hands/spirit fingers. If the glass is just a glass: tremors are common with MS and nothing to be ashamed of.
Antibodies, they got your back. Well, they got your body. They’re proteins your immune system deploys in response to anything that’s trying to do you harm, like bacteria and viruses.