Many people who suffer from the chronic neurological disease multiple sclerosis will suffer from MS nausea.  There are many different causes for multiple sclerosis nausea.  Many times, nausea or vomiting can be a side effect of medications that treat multiple sclerosis.  It is important to find a medication that has side effects that are tolerable.  Another reason nausea could happen during multiple sclerosis is because of the vision problems that can occur.  Blurred vision can caused headaches and nausea, and it can be a difficult cause to pinpoint!  Vertigo is another reason that a person with multiple sclerosis could be experiencing nausea.  Finally, muscle stiffness, especially in the neck and back, can cause a person with multiple sclerosis to experience nausea.

Discovering the underlying cause of nausea in multiple sclerosis can be difficult.  However, consulting with a medical professional can lead to promising results.  The first thing they will do is ask when the nausea hits.  This will help to rule out some of the nausea causes in order to narrow down the list.  Once an idea of why the nausea is occurring is found, a proper treatment plan can be started.  A treatment plan may need to be trial and error before something that really works is found.


Treatments For MS Nausea


There are different types of treatments for nausea that relates to multiple sclerosis.  These can be traditional treatments, such as prescription medications, or they can be alternative treatments, such as herbs or supplements.  Some people will try a combination of both to see what works best for them.  The first step in order to get started with any type of treatment is to see a medical professional for a consultation.  They will be able to assess the individual situation and steer a patient in the right direction, starting them on a safe treatment plan that will hopefully be effective while having minimal side effects.

There are many different prescription medications for nausea.  Unfortunately, not all of them work for everyone.  They may work better for different causes, so it can be a process to try and find one that works for you.  Some are pills, some are dissolvable tablets, and others are intravenous drips or injections that are given.  The aim of these medications is to reduce nausea and stop any vomiting.  Alternative herbs that are available include things like ginger or peppermint.  There are certain teas on the market that people try that are supposed to help with nauseas.  Some people have found success with these drinks.