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Multiple sclerosis


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There are many possible symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Common symptoms include tiredness, vision problems and problems with walking or balance.

Multiple sclerosis is caused by your immune system mistakenly attacking the brain and nerves. It's not clear why this happens.

Multiple sclerosis cannot be cured, but medicines and other treatments can help control the condition and ease some of the symptoms.

Multiple sclerosis is a lifelong condition that affects the brain and nerves.

Page last reviewed: 22/03/2022
Next review due: 22/03/2025