My daughter is 22 and has some symptoms of MS (blurred vision). She claims that is MS, although there is no history of MS in our family (not my nor my husbands side). Is it possible she could experience symptoms of MS so early and could they diagnose her with MS already???
Thanks in advance!
I think that most common age for diagnosing is from 20 to 40, even before or later.
But doctors are the one to diagnose, not herself. It would be best to take her to neurologist or optician… maybe she has just problems with dioptre. I think it is not good to rash into some undiagnosed things… Again, she is not too young to be diagnosed with MS and even if she is diagnosed, it is not the end of world. Many people with MS live happy and full lives. Besides, she need diagnose from specialists.