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I was recently diagnosed with MS but I have no physical symptoms. I have several cerebral lesions the largest is located parallel to my ventricles. When can I expect to have symptoms? Is it possible for me to never be symptomatic?

Question Date: 8/28/2012

Answer: Thank you for the question. Absolutely it is possible to remain symptom free or at the very least that it not interfere with your daily life -- but the important thing is to seek good follow-up with a neurologist and to start disease modifying agents.

Answer Date: 8/28/2012

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Daniel Kantor, MD


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