People having multiple sclerosis are likely to have early symptoms between the ages of 20-40. Symptoms may happen only one time and vanish. Symptoms may also get worse. Here are some possible early symptoms of multiple sclerosis:
- The damage of eye. Multiple sclerosis usually affects only one eye, but in rare cases it may affect both. Eye problems include blurry vision, dull color and pain in your eye.
- Numbness in your legs.
- Electric shock-like feeling when you move your head or neck.
If you find that symptoms above are frequent in your daily life, you had better ask your doctor for advice. Follow your doctor’s suggestion.
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