msymptomsWhat are the different types of MS?
  • Relapsing-Remitting People with this type of disease experience clearly defined flare-ups (relapses) when symptoms worsen.  This is followed by a complete or partial recovery of function (remission).
  • Primary-Progressive
    People with this type of MS experience a nearly continuous worsening of their disease from the onset, with no distinct relapses or remissions.
  • Secondary-Progressive
    People with this type of MS experience an initial period of relapsing-remitting disease (see above) followed by a steady worsening disease.
  • Progressive-Relapsing
    People with this type of MS experience a steady worsening disease from the onset but also have clear acute flare-ups (relapses), with or without recovery.
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What are some Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis?
Over the course of the disease, some symptoms will come and go, while others may be more lasting.

Most Common Symptoms

Fatigue
Numbness
Walking (Gait), Balance, & Coordination Problems
Bladder Dysfunction
Bowel Dysfunction
Vision Problems
Dizziness and Vertigo
Sexual Dysfunction
Pain
Cognitive Dysfunction
Emotional Changes
Depression
Spasticity (stiffness)Less Common Symptoms
Speech Disorders
Swallowing Problems
Headache
Hearing Loss
Seizures
Tremor
Respiration / Breathing Problems
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