Carefully designed physiotherapy programmes, outdoor walking and aerobics can help people improve your balance and walking.
Problems with memory and thinking - also called 'cognitive problems' - can affect people with MS, but most people will be affected mildly.
There are plenty of tips to help with these changes, and neuropsychologists can also help you deal with them.
Exercise can bring improvements in strength, fitness and mood – all of which might help you to manage your fatigue.
A continence advisor, MS nurse or physiotherapist can help you with pelvic floor exercises for bladder control.
Keeping physically active may help some people with bowel control. One study found that people with MS had improvements in their bowel functions after following a 15-week course of yoga.