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10 Most Common Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis, otherwise known as MS, is a neurological condition that affects millions of people. The condition is usually diagnosed in people aged between 20 and 40, though there are of courser some exceptions.

The condition has a number of symptoms and appears to affect everyone differently, but largely affects the central nervous system making it difficult to control the body and, over time, can make it impossible to go about a daily life in a normal way – for many people, at least.

Wondering if you are developing the condition? Take a look at these 10 most common signs and symptoms of MS and be sure to visit your doctor to talk about the problem if you feel like these symptoms apply to you.

1. Exhaustion

First of all, obviously exhaustion is not an immediate sign that you have MS. You could just be exhausted, after all. However, do be aware that the symptoms of MS can cause exhaustion pretty easily. Fatigue and a feeling of weakness in the muscles are common complaints among those who have MS.

These feelings occur as a result of the nerve in the spine slowly degrading because of the condition, making it harder to move muscles and limbs.

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