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Do I have MS?

There are so many symptoms of MS it's easy to think you might have it from watching a TV programme or hearing about it from a friend.

The reality is most people don't have MS. But if you think you do, the first thing you should do is speak to your GP. If you'd like more information about early symptoms and the tests for MS, we've got it covered here.

Your journey from diagnosis to living well with MS

The early stages of MS - and finding out if you have it - can be a worrying time. Diagnosis can take months.

This period of 'not quite knowing' is often referred to as 'limboland'. You don't have to face it alone. We'll be here for you at every stage of your journey.

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Find support near you

We can't meet face-to-face right now. But there's still lots of ways to connect with people near you who understand what life's like with MS. From coffee mornings to online yoga classes. Put in your postcode to find out what's near you.

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Urgent appeal: Help us be there for everyone with MS.

Urgent appeal: Help us be there for everyone with MS.