Retired pharmacist Marla Ahlgrimm explains that more than 2 million people worldwide suffer with multiple sclerosis (MS). There may be many more women with the mysterious disease who mistake their symptoms for hormonal issues. Here, Ahlgrimm opens up about some of the more unusual signs of MS.
At a certain age, we will all stop having a period. However, if you are less than 40 years old and don’t have a cycle for more than three months, you may have an undiagnosed disorder, like multiple sclerosis.
There are numerous causes of balance issues, including stroke and heart disease. But, as Marla Ahlgrimm explains, weakness in the limbs may also indicate an early sign of multiple sclerosis, which affects your motor nerves. If you find you have trouble standing straight or are falling and tripping more easily, visit your doctor.