Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a condition of a person’s Central Nervous System (CNS) where scattered areas of what’s known as myelin that’s found in the brain and within the spinal cord are progressively destroyed. A person with MS may experience a tingly numbness or temporary paralysis as well as incontinence. Symptoms vary person to person, as does the severity. There is currently no known cause or cure. It may be genetic or it may be an auto-immune disorder. It could be caused by the environment around the individual, or a virus caught at toddler ages. It affects nervous systems more than any other condition. There are many different physical symptoms.