Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

Virtually any neurological dysfunction can occur with Multiple Sclerosis; the list of possible symptoms can be significantly varied from patient to patient, and may include the following:

• Weakness and fatigue;

• Vision problems;

• Numbness;

• Pain;

• Depression or emotional issues;

• Cognitive difficulties (difficulty with memory, attention span, and problem solving);

• Dizziness or vertigo;

• Bladder or bowel dysfunction; and

• Difficulty walking due to decreased balance or coordination.