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Check Your Symptoms in 30 Seconds

Do you
have MS?

In 30 seconds find out if you might have MS by clicking on all of the symptoms that apply.

The patient might experience complete / partial recovery of symptoms followed by more episodes of new or worsening symptoms. Hence please also click those symptoms which you may have experienced in the past. The gap between episodes varies from a few days to even a few years.

Experiencing any of the above symptoms indicate that you may suffer from MS, however please consult your neurologist for a confirmed diagnosis.

Disclaimer: Diagnosis of MS is only done by a qualified Neurologist. The purpose of the above screening is only to help potential patients reach the appropriate doctors at their nearest location.

Eye Pain & Blurry Vision

The symptoms of eye pain and blurred vision in MS may worsen over the first few days to two weeks, and then gradually improve. Some people recover within a month, others need up to a year.

Eye Pain & Blurry Vision

Numbness & Tingling

Everyone has experienced the temporary, pins-and-needles numbness that accompanies resting on an arm or leg in the wrong way, but this feeling tends to go away within a few minutes as blood flow returns to the area. Numbness or tingling associated with MS tends to last much longer.

Numbness & Tingling

Muscle Weakness & Imbalance

Muscle weakness, which is common in MS, can occur in any part of the body. Often in MS, due to fatigue, pain, imbalance, or other symptoms, a person's overall activity level is reduced.

Muscle Weakness & Imbalance

Difficulty in thinking (cognition)

Cognition is the medical term for thinking, and problems with thought and memory are known as cognitive problems. Other MS symptoms such as fatigue, anxiety, or depression can make your cognitive issues worse.

Difficulty in thinking (cognition)

Problems with movement, balance and coordination

MS can cause problems with movement, balance and coordination, including lack of coordination, muscle weakness & tightness. Some people recover within a month, others need up to a year.

Problems with movement, balance and coordination

Bladder Problems

Bladder problems include the need to pass urine frequently and / or urgently, incomplete emptying or emptying bladder at inappropriate times.

Bladder Problems

Fatigue

Fatigue is often described as tiredness or exhaustion, and a majority of people with MS will be affected during the course of the disease.

Fatigue
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“Disease activity and disability progression can occur at the earliest stage of the disease. So one of the goals of MS treatment is to control disease activity as early as possible”.

Find out what the leading neurologists of Pakistan have to say about MS, its symptoms, diagnosis and possible ways of managing this disease

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Dr. Amer Ikram
Consultant Neurologist, Doctors Hospital & Medical Centre, Lahore

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Dr. Mughis Sheerani
Consultant Neurologist, South City Hospital, Karachi

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Prof. Shaukat Ali
Consultant Neurologist, Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Centre, Karachi

Difference between conventional treatments and Disease Modifying Therapies in MS

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Dr. Wasim Alamgir
Consultant Neurologist, Military Hospital, Rawalpindi

Multiple Sclerosis Signs & Symptoms

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Dr. Nadir Zafar Khan
Professor & Head of Department of Neurology, Sheikh Zayed Hospital F.P.G.M.I, Lahore

Importance of Adherence to Treatment in Multiple Sclerosis

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Dr. Sardar M Alam
Consultant Neurologist, Nortwest General Hospital, Peshawar

Importance of Timely Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis

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