Progressive relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) is a rare form of MS that causes steady damage to nerves when symptoms first appear and continues to cause progressive worsening. Relapses (disease flare-ups) occur, followed by full or partial recovery, but nerve damage continues and symptoms become increasingly disabling.
Symptoms of MS include:
Weakness, leg dragging, and stiffness.
Blurred, foggy, or hazy vision.
Tingling, a pins-and-needles sensation, and numbness.
Medical Review:Adam Husney MD - Family Medicine & Anne C. Poinier MD - Internal Medicine & Andrew Swan MD, CCFP, FCFP - Family Medicine & Martin J. Gabica MD - Family Medicine & Barrie J. Hurwitz MD - Neurology & Karin M. Lindholm DO - Neurology