8 Less Common Symptoms of MS

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Difficulty swallowing, called dysphagia, is a serious result of nerve damage. It can occur if there is nerve damage to any part of the brain that controls swallowing or if there is damage to the connections between the brain and the spinal cord.

Do you know how it really feels to have MS?

2 comments

  1. Lydia says:

    I am really interested and want to know more about this. Sounds like good news. I have Relapsing MS with Footdrop, loss of use of right arm, bladder incontinence, some difficulties with speech, and swallowing/ chocking at times.

    • Bridget says:

      Hi my name is Bridget I’ve ms nearly 7 years I had alot of troubles over the year balance issues speech and swallowing issues lately went from 2 crutche’s to rollator and now I have a power chair I’ve lost control of my bladder I’m on tecfidera twice a day for the past 3 year at the start of this crap I done injectionso with rebif which I couldn’t tolerate anymore on the tecfidera now which is took at my own risk as I have the jcv high risk for pml it’s been a roller coaster my ms

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