Can multiple sclerosis cause an individual to basically speculate out loud in the form of grouping daily events into one cluster, and expressing belief in their being genuine?
I mean like totally unrelated things. Can it cause a person to make up a story in their head (using random facts), and sell it to another individual as being fact?
If yes, is it also normal for this to occur often?
I do not fully understand the severity of this disease. Is it normal for a person without MS to doubt one with MS as far as symptoms go? I do not mean doubt everything. I mean have serious doubts about
some symptoms. Sorry if I am being rudimentary. I am not trying to be. I am being very serious, and hopefully very direct. I found this forum online, and I am trying to help myself to understand this illness more .
I do know about
how it occurs (the body attacks it's own nerves in the spinal cord, and brain. I know about
lesions, or plaques. I have read the long list of symptoms. And I have read the three distinct types of the illness.)
I guess I am more asking for myself. I am asking if I am normal for sometimes doubting an individual's symptoms. A specific individual. Not in general. Thank you in advance.
Post Edited (RF 949) : 12/12/2008 12:20:15 AM (GMT-7)