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Because people with MS are not protected from acquiring other illnesses or diseases, it is very important that new or unusual symptoms be evaluated to determine if they are a part of the MS picture or are caused by some other underlying disease process. But unusual and rare manifestations can be a part of the MS constellation of symptoms, so it is important to identify management strategies where possible. While not all MS symptoms are easily treated, most can be addressed successfully with medications, or with non-pharmacological approaches and modalities that bring partial or full relief.