Patients talk about their experiences with fatigue, which is one of the most common symptoms associated with Multiple Sclerosis. They discuss how their fatigue differs from other types of fatigue, and the best ways to manage it.
Expert neurologists describe the variety of symptoms that may be associated with MS, and how long these symptoms may last. Common symptoms include numbness and tingling, vision problems, weakness, difficulty walking, fatigue, depression, balance problems, poor coordination, tremor, and memory or focus impairment. The types of pain that occur in MS are also discussed.
Some circumstances can make symptoms of MS worse. One such factor is heat. Learn from a patient's perspective how daily activities are successfully managed to minimize excessive heat exposure.