1. Pain and spasms
According to the National MS Society, most patients with Multiple Sclerosis suffer from chronic pain in back and leg muscles. Pain can also affect face muscles. Another characteristic symptom is a so-called “MS hug”, a burning sensation running across the body. Pain is often combined with stiff muscles and joints as well as sudden uncontrollable jerking movements of the limbs.
2. Problems with eyesight
Blurred vision, double vision and gradual loss of vision or color contrast are one of the typical symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. Another warning symptom is a pain when you try to move your eyes. These symptoms are caused by an inflammatory process in the optic nerve. You may not notice the vision problems immediately, as degeneration of clear vision can be slow.
3. Chronic fatigue
Stubborn fatigue, that stays despite all the measures is a symptom of many diseases. But when inexplicable weakness is combined with other symptoms like tingling and loss of sensitivity, it is a sure sign of Multiple Sclerosis.