There are many debates about the specific causes of MS. However, without conclusive evidence, medical scientists can only speculate about the causes and risk factors of multiple sclerosis and other similar autoimmune diseases. Recent medical research has confirmed a specific theory of multiple sclerosis triggers, but doctors need additional data to identify the exact cause of multiple sclerosis.
Is MS genetic? At present, medical scientists believe that genetic factors play an important role in the development and development of multiple sclerosis. However, no specific disease-causing genes have been identified. It is suspected that multiple sclerosis develops due to a combination of genetic factors determined by environmental factors. Multiple sclerosis is also believed to cause symptoms of autoimmune reactions due to prolonged exposure to chemicals (long-term treatment with chemotherapy drugs is suspected to promote the progression of multiple sclerosis) or previous infections.
Is MS genetic? A recent genetic investigation of the genetic theory of the development of multiple sclerosis has been confirmed. Certain genetic traits of the disease imply much the meaning of the genetic factors. As with other types of autoimmune diseases, multiple sclerosis can be easily spread from one generation to the next. Recent studies in this area show that blood relatives in patients with multiple sclerosis have a 5 to 30% chance of developing the disease. In patients with multiple sclerosis (who share many genetic features), the same twins have the highest risk of developing the disease over time, but the genetic risk of multiple sclerosis is slightly lower than in the latter and in the second century.
Another plausible theory is the main cause of multiple sclerosis, causing epidemics. The impact of certain infectious agents on the progression and survival of multiple sclerosis may explain why this type of autoimmune disease affects people of all ages, regardless of gender and race orientation. Another reason why the source of infection is thought to have a major effect on multiple sclerosis is the myelin form and the similarity between certain groups of infectious viral agents.
Some viral preparations are very similar to myelin, a protein that is mostly deleted in multiple sclerosis. These similarities can cause a great deal of confusion in the immune system and will fight healthy myelin-covered nerve cells. Categories of infectious agents thought to affect the development of multiple sclerosis include herpes virus (caused by HHV-6-rose), Chlamydia pneumonia (a group of atypical bacteria associated with inflammation of the circulatory system), Epstein-Top Viruses (monocytosis), Measles virus, retrovirus (HIV, HTLV-1, HTLV-II) and polyoma virus.
Other possible causes of multiple sclerosis are physical trauma (spine damage) and emotional stress (recent studies show that multiple sclerosis symptoms increase with emotional stress).