The early symptoms MS patients recollect are very similar in both men and women. The primary symptoms a person experiences are also known as the early symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. There are a total of three categories for MS symptoms; primary, secondary, and tertiary. The initial symptoms, or primary ones, are caused by demyelination of the nerve cells. As the immune system sends white blood cells to strip the outer covering off of the nerve cells, electrical signals become impaired.

Primary symptoms include numbness, tremors, weakness, bladder problems, loss of balance, inability to control the bowels, tingling, paralysis, or difficulty with the eyes. Secondary symptoms tend to arise from the primary ones. For example, paralysis is considered to be a primary symptom and this can cause a person to become bedridden. As a person is continuously confined to bed, sores might develop, which would be a…