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Depression is a mental illness, which can be quite common in the context of multiple sclerosis (MS). People with MS may also experience emotional lows or mourning of the loss of certain elements of their lives before diagnosis. However sadness does not necessarily mean depression.
This booklet provides information to help you assess your emotions and feelings of sadness and understand the symptoms of depression. The guide also talks about the correlation between depression and MS, and treatments for depression.
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We’re very grateful to the Schweizerische Multiple Sklerose Gesellschaft for uploading this resource. If you have any questions or feedback on it, please contact the Schweizerische Multiple Sklerose Gesellschaft.