Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable disease that can fluctuate at any time. It’s difficult to predict something that behaves so unexpectedly, but one thing you can do to feel in control is track your symptoms.
Because brain fog and cognitive issues are common symptoms of MS, we often need a helping hand to record accurate information.
Those on our medical team often tell us to take notes about our symptoms before appointments so we can provide clinicians with as much detail as possible, right? The problem with this is that we don’t receive any information about how to track symptoms quickly and effectively to better help clinicians.
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