Multiple Sclerosis (MS) FAQs (cont.)
Fernando Dangond, MD
Neil A Busis, MD
Mary L Windle, PharmD
Carmel Armon, MD, MHS, MSc
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What are the symptoms of multiple sclerosis?
Symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) that appear depend on which part of the central nervous system is affected and what the job of the damaged nerve is. Symptoms can be mild, moderate, or severe.
Symptoms include the following:
Symptoms that appear for days or weeks then disappear may be an early indication of MS.
Symptoms can come and go, appear in various combinations, and be mild to severe at different times.
Times when MS symptoms are active are called attacks or relapses. Times when symptoms are not present are called remissions. Most people with MS have days or weeks of relapses followed by months or years of remissions.
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