S Sensitive but thorough problem assessment

The great variety of possible problems that people with MS may have can make it difficult for health care professionals to detect all relevant changes. We have recommended that health service professionals in regular contact with people with MS, should consider in a systematic way whether the person with MS has a 'hidden' problem contributing to their clinical situation, such as fatigue, depression, cognitive impairment, impaired sexual function or reduced bladder control. The main text of the guideline details the various problems that a person with MS may have and appropriate ways of treating these problems.

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