MS test: am I showing symptoms of multiple sclerosis?

Not feeling well and worried your symptoms might indicate multiple sclerosis (MS)?

Multiple sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system in which the transmission and processing of nerve impulses is impaired. Typical symptoms can include muscle weakness, movement disorders or visual impairments.

This self-test can give you a first clue as to whether your symptoms might be typical of MS.

Please note:  This test asks for symptoms that are typical of multiple sclerosis. However, the clinical picture of multiple sclerosis is very different from person to person. The sometimes non-specific symptoms can always have another cause. The test result can therefore in no case replace a medical diagnosis.

No matter what the result of this test is: If you feel that you are in poor health, please seek medical advice in any case to find out the reasons for your symptoms. Only in this way can an exact diagnosis be made and, if necessary, a suitable therapy procedure selected.


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