Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a systemic autoimmune disease that causes damage throughout the body. Specifically, it is a neuroimmunological disease, as the damage occurs in the myelin sheaths that envelop the nerves. When these structures are destroyed, the nerves are unable to transmit the nerve impulse.
Among the most common symptoms described by most MS patients are optic neuritis, ataxia, tingling and neurological bladder. However, each person is different and may present with different clinical manifestations.