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Recently Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis

If you’ve been recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), you’re probably feeling a lot of different emotions. You likely also have a lot of questions and concerns. Although no two people with MS will have the same symptoms, there are some common signs that you’re likely to experience. These include numbness, pain, muscle spasms, fatigue, dizziness, and cognitive problems.

There’s no cure for the disease, but there are ways to manage it. Medications, therapy, and supplements can help ease your symptoms and reduce the frequency of attacks. Treating your condition early is one of the best ways to take control of your MS and to continue living a normal life.