Most people with MS experience pain, fatigue, and mobility issues, but there are other, less-common symptoms.
Problems with speech or swallowing are among the rarer symptoms of MS.
When you have multiple sclerosis (MS), the signals between your brain and spinal cord go awry, causing pain, fatigue, and reduced mobility as the disease progresses. Some people with MS have only a few symptoms of the disorder, while others have many. You may find that your MS symptoms come and go, while others find them long-lasting.