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Can you tell me some everyday difficulties a person with multiple sclerosis would have?

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In brief: Symptoms include

Fatigue, difficulties with memory, organization, gait imbalance and incoordination, weakness, loss of vision, and double vision, problems with controlling bowel and/or bladder, numbness over trunk or limbs, pain in various areas of body, plus headache challenges.
Periods of relapse activity with worsening of baseline dysfunction.

In brief: Symptoms include

Fatigue, difficulties with memory, organization, gait imbalance and incoordination, weakness, loss of vision, and double vision, problems with controlling bowel and/or bladder, numbness over trunk or limbs, pain in various areas of body, plus headache challenges.
Periods of relapse activity with worsening of baseline dysfunction.
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