Multiple Sclerosis symptoms and warning signs

March is National Multiple Sclerosis awareness month and every day this week we are devoting time to those who suffer from MS.  People with MS tend to have their first symptoms between the ages of 20 and 40.

Usually the symptoms get better, but then come back.  According to Web MD, no two people have exactly the same symptoms.

For every person, the disease develops differently.

It is important to recognize the early symptoms and to understand the later symptoms for management.  Local 6’s Mychaela Bruner sat down with a group of ladies at the library who suffer from MS.  Watch the video to see their first-hand accounts of symptoms they experience.

For more information about MS, click here. The local support group plans to meet March 19th at Twelve Oaks Baptist Church from 12 until 2 p.m. If you would like to join the local support group, click here.

If you would like to watch our MS coverage from Monday, click here.

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