10 Symptoms That Might Mean You Have MS

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Fatigue? What mom isn’t constantly tired? But fatigue that goes beyond the normal tiredness that goes along with life, in addition to these symptoms and you may want to consult your physician.

 

Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects the nervous system destroying insulation around nerves and leaving scar tissue and the inability for nerve impulses to travel through the body in its’ place. Women are more likely then men to be diagnosed with MS and may experience many, if not all of these symptoms.

 

1. Tingling in the fingers
 Tingling in the fingers
This could happen to anyone, but if it becomes a recurring problem or appears to be persistent, you may want to consult a doctor.  It might not be MS – it could be a muscle problem, an unrelated nerve issue or something else – but it is worth getting checked out nonetheless!
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