Vision impairment

It’s quite common for people with multiple sclerosis to have visual problems, but it rarely results in total blindness.

Common issues include optic neuritis, uncontrolled eye movement and double vision.

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Learn about MS - What is Optic Neuritis?

Many people who are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis experience optic neuritis.
Find out more about this symptom from an expert.
Dr Neil Shuey, Neurologist and Neuro-Ophthalmologist, is the guest speaker.

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