Although MS has not yet been considered as a type of autoimmune disease, this condition is often associated with similar autoimmune condition like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers are still not sure of what causes the chronic pain condition, although several theories have emerged. One of which links one’s blood type to MS. Can your blood type determine if you’re predisposed to this chronic pain condition?
How Can Your Blood Type Relate to MS?
Type O is the most common blood type in the world. According to some experts, MS patients with blood type O could see positive responses if they adhere to a wheat-free diet for a prolong period of time. Yet, this does not address the question on whether those who are Type O are more highly susceptible to MS.