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close up of cartoon character with optician lens tester Because MS can affect the speed at which information is processed you may also have difficulty making sense of what you see. People with MS have reported standing in front of the thing that they were looking for but can’t find it even if it is right under their nose.

Some people describe how they have problems with face recognition, judging depth and distance and angle matching meaning they may end up walking into things or get lost in a familiar place or not say hello to someone they know. Some of these frustrating quirks of MS could actually be caused by issues with memory function.

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