As I understand it, there is no conclusive evidence that MS is hereditary but my question is for those dx with MS that have a parent with MS. Im wondering if you find that your parents symptoms throughout their MS, have been the same as yours. For instance my father was dx with MS at 41 and is now 71. His life has been relatively unaffected by the symptoms of MS. Is it likely that I will progress the same?
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