Thanks, I haven't experienced these problems. But I do question the MS Society websites who say that each person's symptoms are different. Mobility problems seem to be fairly commonplace and I read somewhere that 90% of MS patients who have had MS for 10 years experience bladder problems. I once read that cognitive problems were rare, but now see that 50-65% of patients will experience such problems. Depression also seems to be fairly common. It's like the claim that MS patients have a near normal lifespan. Yet at ECTRIMS one piece of research suggested that an MS patient, on average, had eight years less than the average person. It's pretty unnerving to think what the future holds in terms of symptoms as each of them could be considered a serious health problem in their own right.