Is it really possible for someone to have MS, undiagnosed, and have a few symptoms...but once they are diagnosed, all of a sudden they have symptoms that they've never even heard of? That's what is happening to me. But, because they only last a couple of days at a time, they are "pseudo" symptoms (existing leisions flaring up). I've had so many things going on that I feel like I'm losing my mind half the time. So, if I were never diagnosed, would I still be having all these off the wall symptoms?
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