14. You May Suffer Dysfunction of the Bowels and Bladder
Nearly 80% of people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis also have complications in their bladders and bowels. Some people notice these symptoms through frequent urination.
Also, in some cases, you won’t be able to control your bowel, a problem that’s also associated with bowel dysfunction. Other symptoms related to bowel and bladder dysfunction include diarrhea and constipation.
13. You Could Have Problems with Your Vision
People with multiple sclerosis are very likely to have vision problems, which are caused by inflammation. This inflammation ends up disrupting the central vision by affecting the victim’s optic nerve.
Moreover, this could also result in double vision, blurred vision, or total vision loss. These symptoms are hardly noticeable in the beginning due to the gradual vision degeneration, so you might not notice right away that you have MS just by this symptom.
Additionally, you may also experience pain when looking sideways or looking up.
12. You May Experience Dizziness
The problem of dizziness is common in people with MS, causing balance and coordination problems. You may feel lightheaded or dizzy, especially while standing up. That being said, being dizzy isn’t necessarily related to just multiple sclerosis, so it’d be best if you ask your health provider what the problem is.