More than 2.3 million people worldwide are affected by multiple sclerosis. It is the most widespread disabling neurological condition of young adults around the world. Patients with this condition experience neurogenic pain. Neurogenic pain is a constant, boring, burning, or tingling intense pain. This is typically caused from damage to the myelin coating around the nerve fibers in the central nervous system, and to the nerve fibers themselves, which interferes with the transmission of nerve signals between the brain, spinal cord, and the rest of the body. Disrupted nerve signals cause the symptoms of MS, which vary from one person to another and over time for any given individual, depending on where and when the damage occurs. MS can affect a number of functions, from movement and sensations, to thought and speech. Which symptoms you experience — and whether they progress or go into remission — is unique to you.