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Optic neuritis – inflammation of the optic nerve, which controls they eyes. This causes blurred vision.
Loss of muscle strength in arms or legs- The loss can vary from reduced dexterity to actual paralysis, you may need to use stick, crutches or even a wheelchair.
Symptoms affecting the sense of touch – a numb feeling or burning, tingling or prickly feeling.
Pain – due to difficulty walking because of MS, nerves of the face can become painful due to the sense of touch.
The muscles controlling bladder and bowels – People with MS have trouble urinating or completely emptying the bladder.
Sexual problems – MS can have a severe affect on both men and women
Balance/coordination – difficulty grasping objects accompanied by a trembling of the hand.
Difficulties thinking – problems with short-term memory.
Mood changes

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