Feeling excessively tired is the most common symptom of MS. It can be caused by the disease itself, or by medications used to treat MS.
2. Vision problems:
Many people with MS experience vision problems, such as blurred vision, double vision, or blindness in one eye.
3. Muscle weakness:
MS can cause muscle weakness and fatigue, making it difficult to do everyday activities.
4. Numbness or tingling:
Many people with MS feel numbness or tingling in their arms, legs, or face.
5. Problems with balance and coordination:
MS can make it difficult to balance and coordinate movement. This can lead to falls and other accidents
Dizziness is a common symptom of MS, especially when standing up or moving suddenly.
MS can cause pain in different parts of the body, including the head, neck, back, and chest.
8. Sexual problems:
MS can affect sexual function in men and women. This may include problems with arousal, orgasm, and ejaculation.
9. Cognitive problems:
MS can cause problems with memory, thinking speed, and focus.
10. Emotional changes:
MS can affect moods and emotions in both positive and negative ways