Cramping, pain, and fatigue can all come with MS, but certain types of neck pain can help doctors zero in on a diagnosis.

Problems with balance and mobility, fatigue, vision, and even bladder control are common in people with multiple sclerosis (MS), but pain can be an issue, too.

About half of all people with MS report having significant pain related to their disease, and these pain types can range from direct pain caused by lesions in the nervous system to indirect pain from the misfiring of damaged neurons.

The neck can be a common location of pain in people with MS for a number of reasons. Read on to learn more about neck pain and MS, including tips for finding relief.

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