I know individuals that have MS don't experience the same symptoms, relapses and such. I was dx with MS almost a year ago. I'm still young (22) and luckily am not experiencing any physical pain (some days I get fatigued real quickly, but not very often).
I've done some research that MS can effect our cognitive thinking. I've felt like my cognitive function has changed. It was ongoing for 6 years and I never knew why nor bothered to look into it until I had optic neuritis. I didn't act my normal self for many years (remission?) and I knew something was wrong. Fast forward to now, I feel like I can't handle stress as i used to and was dx with mild anxiety/depression. I'm much more negative now than before and that's not me! Also, it's a little bit more difficult to make a decision. I'm taking care of it naturally by going to counseling and I can say that it has been a HUGE help to me.
I'm wondering if any of you had/have cognitive thinking issues when you were dx with MS and what are some of the things that helped you move forward.