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Mymee identifies hidden factors in the exposome that can worsen multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms.

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

People with severe cases of MS often have trouble maintaining balance or walking without assistance. Those with milder cases may experience occasional flares of less debilitating MS symptoms followed by periods of remission that can last for months or even years.

While no cure exists, people with MS can manage their symptoms, slow nerve damage, and improve their quality of life. Left untreated, depending on the prognosis, MS can cause permanent nerve damage, muscle weakness and eventually, paralysis.

MS symptoms and triggers vary widely, often depending on the amount and location of nerve damage as well as personal sensitivities, cross-reactivities and other factors. As with many other autoimmune diseases, there is no typical pattern of MS symptoms, as every case is unique.

Common MS Symptoms Checklist:

  • Numbness, tingling, or tremors in one or more limbs
  • Impaired coordination and loss of muscle control
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Vision problems, including blurriness, eye pain, and partial blindness
  • Dizziness
  • Bladder and bowel problems

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No two people experience multiple sclerosis the same way. Mymee’s proven digital care solution analyzes unique trigger-symptom correlations to guide each person through their own personalized trial process.

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What Mymee Clients Say

I feel great because of the program you put me on. I don't want to ever go back to the old ways.

- Lisa, living with MS

Two years ago, most of my time was focused on my health. I never thought it would be possible to get to this place.

- Ally