Multiple Sclerosis is a progressive autoimmune disorder. It wears away at the coverings that protect the nerve cells. Around 2.5 million people around the world have been affected by this disorder.
Multiple Sclerosis slowly weakens the body functions by attacking the cells of the spinal column and the brain.
Multiple Sclerosis can affect twice as many women as it affects men.
Moreover, heredity is one of the main causes of susceptibility to this chronic disease.
Here are some of its unpredictable symptoms that can help a person to diagnose this disorder at its early stages…
Muscle weakness and muscle fatigue, mainly in the legs and feet, are some of the major signs that are present in the majority of people with early Multiple Sclerosis. Even studies show that around 80-percent of patients with early-stage Multiple Sclerosis suffer from this chronic fatigue and muscle weakness. Moreover, the fatigue generally becomes more severe as the nerves of the spinal column degrade.
Muscle weakness and exhaustion are a result of gradual deterioration of the nerves in the spinal column. However, many patients with Multiple Sclerosis might not experience any noticeable signs of a problem initially, but minor weakness can progress into unexplained fatigue, light-headedness, balance issues, and vertigo in no time.
Those with Multiple Sclerosis generally experience a constant tingling and numbness in the face and extremities, such as the arms, legs, and fingers. This numbness results due to nerve cell damage caused to the brain and spinal column as this condition mostly strikes the brain and spinal column.
The brain and spinal column are often sent conflicting signals or no signals at all, which will often cause numbness in the areas of the legs, arms, fingers, and face. Numbness is often accompanied by tingling sensations. While other common early symptoms include fatigue, pain, and muscle spasms.
3. Vision Problems
One of the most common and earliest signs of Multiple Sclerosis is problems with vision. This vision problem gradually degrades over time and in some cases is accompanied by eye pain. The vision problems occur due to optic neuritis, a medical condition characterized by the inflammation of the optic nerve, which results in blurry vision in one or both eyes, and in extreme cases can result in color blindness as well.
Moreover, the inflammation of the optic nerve can also affect central vision, which can result in blurred vision, vision pain, blind spots, double vision, color loss, or lack of contract as well. However, Multiple Sclerosis vision issues mostly come on slowly as vision degeneration can be slow.
4. Loss of Bowel & Bladder Control
According to the researchers, around 80-percent of patients with Multiple Sclerosis experience trouble with bowel and bladder control.
This is because of the fact that bladder and bowel function is mainly controlled by the central nervous system. Apart from the loss of bowel control, nerves degeneration can also give rise to various problems like urinary frequency, constipation, urinary incontinence, explosive diarrhea, along with lack of sexual arousal.
5. Memory Loss
Since Multiple Sclerosis mainly attacks the central nervous system, it’s quite common for patients suffering from more advanced Multiple Sclerosis to experience various psychological issues such as inability to focus, memory loss, and speech or language problems. Moreover, studies have shown that about 50-percent of people struggling with multiple sclerosis generally suffer impaired cognitive function.
The weakening of the central nervous system can affect various multiple sclerosis patients in various ways. For example, they might experience disorganization, memory lapses, decision-making issues, declined attention span, lack of focus, and many other problems. These issues with cognitive function mostly cause depression and irritability in a number of patients.
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