Due to the fact that multiple sclerosis is a complex disease that mainly causes interference at the level of the central nervous system (CNS) which then spreads in various regions of the body, the resulting symptoms vary and can be felt at different intensities.
In the first stage of its development, multiple sclerosis produces a variety of mild to moderate neurological symptoms. In a further phase of the disease, when other body systems are affected, multiple sclerosis can cause many different physical manifestations.
Lemtrada, a pharmaceutical drug approved to treat multiple sclerosis, has been linked to serious side effects that can result in permanent damage and death. Attorneys for Lemtrada stroke lawsuits believe persons who have suffered from Lemtrada stroke may be eligible for significant compensation for the pain, suffering, medical expenses, and damage related to this dangerous drug.
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The unwanted effects of multiple sclerosis on the human body are often irreversible, providing rapid medical intervention is important to reduce the development of complications. Despite the fact that there is no specific cure for multiple sclerosis currently available, the existing form of treatment can successfully control the rate of development and symptoms that are typical of this type of disease.
Symptoms of multiple sclerosis are diverse and they can occur in many different areas of the body. Most patients have individual symptoms of multiple sclerosis, manifestations that generally occur in episodes, or flares. The intensity, frequency, and duration of symptoms of multiple sclerosis are strongly influenced by the stages of development and specific subtypes of the disease.
Common symptoms of multiple sclerosis consist of general fatigue, body weakness, a sensation of tingling, burning, pain, and numbness in muscles, loss of dexterity and less coordinated body movements.
Neuropsychological symptoms of multiple sclerosis generally occur in the early stages of the disease, gradually strengthening over time. These symptoms include inaccurate perceptions, decreased concentration, and loss of short-term memory (amnesia), reduced assessment and unexpected behavior changes. Symptoms that are often seen in patients with multiple sclerosis are depression.