A lot of people avoid seeing an MS doctor. In fact, seeing a Multiple Sclerosis doctor is not something most people do as soon as they feel somewhat ill. In most cases, people who haven’t felt well tend to brush off the idea of seeing a doctor and attribute whatever they are feeling to a common cold, being run down from hard work, or a lack of sleep. The reason for this is that a lot of symptoms of MS are very similar to symptoms of the flu or from overworking the body, which is why people don’t automatically assume that they have Multiple Sclerosis and schedule a doctor’s appointment.

It is important that a person keep a detailed list of any symptoms exhibited no matter how unimportant they seem, along with information of what date these symptoms manifest and subside. There are, in fact, around 50…