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Children present with the same types of symptoms as adults, including possible cognitive dysfunction that may affect school performance. Common symptoms include: vision changes, weakness of limbs, numbness of limbs. Symptoms should be present more than 24 hours. If you have concerns about your child, they should be evaluated by a pediatric neurologist or an MS specialist.
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Below are some questions and answers about Pediatric MS. If you have a question that is not addressed below, please contact us.


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How common is MS in children and what is age of onset?
How will I know if my child has MS?
Why is early diagnosis so important?