Editor’s note: This week’s column is inspired by the forum topic “7 Strange and Unusual Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis” from Nov. 8, 2019. Post your concerns, questions, or experiences in the comments below or at the original forum entry.
Other common symptoms inspire a trip to the clinic because they never go away, such as relentless fatigue, a shaky leg, a dropping foot, or strange tingling and numbness.
For me, it was a loss for words.
One specific incident sticks out for me. My husband and I were doing early spring yardwork trimming hedges, removing moss from the yard, and tidying spent crocuses. He asked me a question (probably something about dinner), and I answered him.
At least I thought I did.
In my mind, I heard myself speaking to him. But what really happened is this: I started to reply to him, and in mid-sentence, stopped speaking.
I remember him looking at me quizzically and saying, “And?”
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