Because multiple sclerosis (MS) is such a complex disease, sometimes it can be hard to get an accurate diagnosis. Even though research has been evolving there is still no single test that can determine an MS diagnosis.
MS is also a very individualized disease, which means that different people struggle with different symptoms at various times and at different levels of intensity. Because of that, MS can misdiagnosed or simply mistaken for other health conditions. To help you understand more, here’s a list of nine conditions that are commonly mistaken for MS. (source: EverydayHealth.com website)
Lupus is an autoimmune inflammatory disease that affects multiple organ systems. Each patient is uniquely affected by lupus. Some of the most common symptoms of lupus include rash, joint and muscle pain, kidney disorder, and neurological disorder.