I was diagnosed on April 4th for Relapsing-Remitting MS. Symptoms I've had since Feb are double/blurred vision, slowed/slurred speech, unable to concentrate as well as before, plus they also found a white lesion on my brain.
After doing research, I've found that for a long time I've had MS fatigue, my concentration in some areas were hard to deal with but no one had ever thought that it was MS. Some thought I was lazy, or I just didn't want to do it, but I was simply tired all the time, and still am no matter what kind of stuff I do which now I can't really do a lot.
With that all said, I'm worried about a lot of others have said. Thats about the numb, tingling part that happens to certain parts of your body. Am I still in the beginning stages of MS even though I've had symptoms for more than a decade although they are not the numb or tingling part that most have? Or does this happen later, or just in some MS patients?