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Does Ms Always Progress
Not at all: There are NO two MS pts who are alike, each has a unique course, and even if untreated, only a certain number sharply deteriorate. However, secondary progressive transition could occur in 50% at 10 yrs, 90% at 20 yrs, if disorder not effectively treated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it likely/common for MS smptms to present itself in the same way every time a recurrence happens or is it always different/unpredictable symptoms?
Do teens with ms progress to disability faster than adults? And what's the outlook for a teen with ms nowadays?
Complex question: The earlier MS is diagnosed it tends to have a more rapid decline, but this depends on so much such as what type of MS you have, treatments available to you and past progression and family member progression if applicable. I wish I could have a more concrete answer for you, but the disease is so complex its hard to answer from in a few hundred characters on here. Wishing you all the best. ...Read more
If a teen(17), were to have ms, would they progress to disability faster or slower than someone of an older age, wether it's rrms or progressive?
Variable: Most cases of MS present in late 20's or early 30's. Presentation in adolescence is usually felt to be the typical onset in children, and the course is most often relapsing remitting, with variable progression based on therapy being used. Primary progressive disease usually occurs at far later age, such as late 30's, early 40's. ...Read more
How can someone differentiate MS numbness from other numbness and Is MS numbness always accompanied by weakness ? I have numbness but not weakness
Can MS lesions cause constant panic attack symptoms? I have always been anxious but never constantly. Could it be caused from a lesion on certain spot
Is MS confirmed??: Although the lesions associated with MS could cause a number of emotional issues, such as euphoria, depression, pseudo-bulbar affectual disorder, constant panic attacks would not be caused by MS, but maybe made worse. I do NOT see any specific MS medication, which you should be taking! Nor is there a med for panic. Work with your neurologist but also psychiatrist and get under control. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do I get pains internally all over. Always deep from my shoulders to my tummy and chest No other conditions diagnosed but tested for MS?
Uncertain.: MS is a disorder of the central nervous system that primarily affects motor (movement) neurons. It seldom causes pain in its early stages and almost never causes the kind of wide-spread pain that you're describing. If no other cause for your symptoms have been found in spite of appropriate testing, I would hesitate to blame your symptoms on M.S. Please don't give up your search for answers. ...Read more
Do I have ms? I don't have medical coverage. I don't have a regular doctor. I've always looked up and studied indepth anything that has been wrong with me. I have proven this a few times. I believe with the symptoms that I have been haveing for years, and
MS: Only way to know is to see a doctor whether you have insurance or not. There are many free clinics and compassion care provided by hospitals and clinics. Simply contact the clinic and present your story in the form of a letter to the doctor or hospital and ask for help. They will not turn you down. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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