Multiple Sclerosis Disease
Multiple Sclerosis Disease (MS) may express itself in many different ways, when symptoms first appear in the early stage of the disease since it affects various parts of the brain.Typically the symptoms arrive suddenly and quickly during one day or several days. Most experience only one symptom but some have several symptoms simultaneously. The most common symptoms are:
- Sensory disturbance: Decreased tactile sense, tingling and numbness such as the feeling that for example one arm is asleep.
- Reduced force in one or more limbs.
- Visual impairment: Can be found in very varying degrees from slightly blurred vision to total blindness, often accompanied by pain behind the eye, especially when moving the eye.
- Double vision.