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Should I talk to my doctor about my multiple sclerosis symptoms?

The symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) are so broad that you may not think to associate them with the disease. But anytime you notice a strange symptom occurring, or suspect MS, it is not a bad idea to run it by a medical professional. Start with your regular family doctor, as they can assess the most likely reason you are experiencing a symptom. If they believe your symptom is caused by something serious, such as MS, they can do further tests or recommend a neurologist. MS is not curable, but it can be treated, so early diagnosis could help you manage the disease.

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