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What increases my risk of seizures if I have multiple sclerosis (MS)?

Seizures are one of the less common problems associated with multiple sclerosis (MS). They may occur as part of MS, but they can also be the result of an infection, fever or suddenly stopping certain medications. Stress and lack of sleep can increase the risk of seizures, so it’s important to get plenty of rest and find positive ways to manage stress. 

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