Ok I am highly frustrated today. I was diagnosed as possible MS almost 6 years ago which is around the same time I had my last MRI. I also suffer from seizures but I have not had a seizure for 2 years but that is not my issue. Anyway as of late have been having constant spasms on my right side, my eye sight becomes blurry at times, I also have difficulty with coordination and speech is also affected. Sometimes I have problems holding my bladder which becomes highly embarrassing at times. I just really would like to know if anyone can give me any advice on what I should do. I am 32 and a mother of a 8 year old son and everything makes me extremely tired. And it's all very scary for me. Anyone can share thier thoughts it would be totally helpful. Thanks
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