No two people are going to have the exact same symptoms, and the symptoms can flare and subside, so it depends on what is going on in your body and your life.
It can sometimes take years to get a diagnosis, so I was lucky that I didn’t go to 15 doctors to figure out what was wrong.
"After I thought about it, I might have had it even sooner. In a couple of years before the diagnosis, I had pain in my hands and some tingling and was tired all the time, Things you don’t even realize could be an actual problem." MS sufferer Says.
a lot of people have neck pain and it’s not usually MS. The average person in the US has a 0.1% chance of developing this disease, about 1 in 750, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
It was really rough at first, both emotionally and physically.