The longer a person has had MS and the more advanced the MS is, the less likely he or she is to be depressed.
Advanced MS can increase a person's risk for other health complications.
People with advanced MS experience more severe symptoms when it comes to mobility issues, but not when it comes to cognitive functioning.
Vision problems usually appear during the onset of MS and disappear as the disease progresses.
There comes a point when there is nothing more a doctor can do to help maintain an MS patient's quality of life.
An experienced doctor will be able to predict how fast or far a person's MS is going to progress.
Numbness and weakness often occur more frequently in varying parts of the body as MS becomes more advanced.
With advanced MS, there are no ways to maintain control and independence in everyday life.