Plus Ditsy Floral Split Thigh Skirt

Plus Ditsy Floral Split Thigh Skirt

Looking for a fun and flirty skirt that shows off your legs? Look no further than our Plus Ditsy Floral Split Thigh Skirt! This pretty skirt features a ditsy floral print and a split thigh design that will have you feeling your best. Pair it with a cute top and sandals for a summer-ready look.

Approximate measurements: Waist measures 21-23″, Hip measures 32-35″ (Size XS)

Powder Coated Steel

Made of 93% polyester

Hand wash


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In this study, the prevalence of MS and associated risk factors among study participants compared with other studies is very high, which may be due to high prevalence of risk factors for MS in this study. Similar finding was reported in a study conducted in Brazil [[@B4]]. The burden of MS in the community is high, where one third of patients are left in wheelchair or bed. This implies that MS imposes high economic burden on healthcare systems and this burden is expected to increase with rapid population growth.

The prevalence of MS in this study is similar to that found in a study from Pakistan [[@B5]]. According to the National Center for MS, the estimated number of people with MS in the year of 2008 of the United States was about 6.3 million of which about 1.4 million were newly diagnosed and another 4.9 million had a prior diagnosis of MS [[@B15]]. According to this data, it appears that the burden of MS and its management in Pakistan has only recently come into the limelight.

Higher prevalence of MS in females than males was reported in some studies [[@B4],[@B5]] which is not in concordance with the findings of the present study. This may be due to small sample size of males in this study while other studies had large sample size.

The highest prevalence was found among the age range of 35-44 years which was in agreement with a study from Brazil [[@B4]]. Similarly in a study from Pakistan [[@B5]], prevalence peaked at 40-49 years. This implies that MS should be detected and treated at an earlier age in our population because if left untreated will have more functional and cognitive impairments and will need more frequent rehabilitation and treatment.

The prevalence is found to be 1.5 times more among people living in rural areas. This implies that this subgroup

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