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Hello,
I am 24, female and I think I have MS. My father has MS and is on wheel chair. I noticed I have blurred vision and am missing red color form time to time… What should I do?

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Hey there,
It is a bigger chance for you to develop MS, because your father has it. (statistics say it is a 50% bigger chance).
Also, with the fact that you are a women, there is also additional chance you get it, because white women get it more often than men.
But, if having problems with vision (and even being diagnosed with one of diseases that potentially lead to MS…and you haven’t been diagnosed yet!!!!), this does NOT mean you will develop MS. Some people that are having trouble with vision (and have case of MS) in family do not develop MS… for example, my friend was diagnosed with optic neuritis which went away!
I suggest you first go to doctor and find out what exactly is wrong with you.
BE POSITIVE!
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