11. You Could Also Feel Numbness
Multiple sclerosis will affect the nerves in your spinal cord and your brain, resulting in your brain sending conflicting messages around your body. The may lead to chronic numbness and a tingling sensation in certain parts of your body, such as your legs, arms, face, and fingers.
10. Unstable Emotional Health
People with MS are more vulnerable to cases of emotional health instability, which may lead to depression.
This could lead to mood swings, irritability, and pseudobulbar affect, which involves uncontrolled laughing and crying. Because of this, you’re likely to feel overwhelmed, especially if you are dealing with family or relationship issues, which can cause depression and emotional disorders.
9. Swallowing Problems
This is another symptom related to multiple sclerosis. MS makes it difficult to swallow any types of food or even liquids. As a result, you may choke on your food when eating. Although, it’s worth mentioning that just because you choke doesn’t mean you have MS.