Why Do I Cry or Laugh Inappropriately?

A lesser-known but very impactful symptom of multiple sclerosis is pseudobulbar affect (PBA). PBA is a distressing condition marked by sudden, involuntary episodes of crying or laughing. In this one-on-one interview, MS expert Dr. Daniel Kantor provides valuable insights into understanding PBA and its cause, the differences between PBA and depression and other mood disorders, guidance on discussing PBA with your doctor, and ways to evaluate and treat the condition.