I have a six year old son. I am worried that he may be diagnosed with MS in the future. He has many complaints that scare me. He wonders why his foot and hand \"falls asleep\" and has other symptoms that could just be unrelated too I am sure, but things that worry me, like occasional confusion, constant forgetfulness, and terrible clumsiness. I was 25 when i was diagnosed. He was 5. I want to have him tested by MRI, but as you know it can be scary and too loud (among other things) for a child. I may be looking too hard to protect him, but I\'m just being a scared mommy.
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