French neurologist named Jean Martin Charcot was the first person that actually recognized
The symptoms are SO varied.
I suffer from:
a dropped foot
intolerance to heatcor
occasional slurred speech
head and hand tremors
unreliable cognitive ability
difficulty in concentration
...and that's just to name a few.
I have an MS friend who is confined to a wheel chair and have been acquaintances with two people who actually died as a result of the complications of MS.
I no longer self-inject, but used Beta Seron for ten years. I cannot say whether or not this helped me or not, since most MS treatments are scientific experiments and who can say what life would be without them. I think I feel better without my Beta Seron, but I can't be certain of the validity of that statement. I do know that I no longer am plagued with the corresponding bruises and interruptions in my day in order to perform that task; I think I have more energy now that I have stopped taking the drug, but I know that ten years makes us more tired any way.
So, what is my conclusion? I don't really know.