Watch the video to learn more about MS and its causes.
Understanding relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS)
The most common symptoms of RRMS are:
Problems with motor control, for example, weakness and problems walking or balancing
Problems with vision or pain behind the eye
Fatigue, altered mood or depression
Memory loss or difficulty thinking
Bladder or bowel concerns or issues
Pain, pins and needles or heat sensitivity
Changes in sexual response or desire
A relapse occurs when symptoms get worse or new symptoms appear. Some relapses resolve quite quickly while others can take weeks or months to subside and may have long-term effects on the body’s function.