Pseudobulbar Affect – a possible symptom of multiple sclerosis

Pseudobulbar Affect
Pseudobulbar Affect

As regular readers know we try to look at rarer signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis.

You might be interested in this video on lesser known symptoms of multiple sclerosis.

Pseudobulbar affect ( also known as emotional incontinence) can occur with multiple sclerosis, strokes and Parkinson’s for example. It is medical condition characterized by sudden and uncontrollable episodes of crying or laughing.

The American Stroke Association have produced and excellent video on Pseudobulbar Affect. We really recommend you watch.

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