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What Are Your MS Symptoms?

What Are Your MS Symptoms?

I have numbness and crawly feelings in my legs, mainly from my knees down. Headaches. Fatigue +++. Muscle tiredness in my legs after activity. Balance issues also.

posted January 17, 2017
A MyMSTeam Member

I have headaches all the time! They never go away! Is your headaches the same? I was told by several neurologist that my headaches had nothing to do with MS. Then I found an article in neurology today written in1996 that headaches were prevalent in women with MS! Made a lot of sense, since this was my main complaint before I was diagnosed!

posted January 18, 2017
A MyMSTeam Member

Oh I forgot to say that I have a lot of pain however My Turmeric Curcumin takes care of that.

posted January 18, 2017
A MyMSTeam Member

Thanks so much for your answers. There are so many of us living with similar symptoms. So glad we have this site to share and support each other! 💕

posted January 18, 2017
A MyMSTeam Member

To date, muscle spasms in legs, sometimes trouble focusing, fatigue, fatigued based balance issues, bladder/bowel. I use supplements to address all issues mentioned, MS drugs don't work for me.

posted January 18, 2017
A MyMSTeam Member

When I read about other peoples symptoms its like reading a book about myself. I can usually tell if a headache is ms related or caused from a old neck injury. When I was first diagnosed with ms I had what i thought was a bad sinus headache. I took sinus medication which usually worked but instead it got worse and than I temporally lost sight in one eye. Now when I get a headache/eye pain / weakness/memory loss/ numbness I know its ms related.
A neurologist might say headaches are not caused from ms but explain what is.

posted January 18, 2017

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