Yes Scorpion, I can explain it to you if you promise to eat a live helminth.
The problem is that your statement that a plaque (demyelination) in the brain is causing paresthesia is an assumption and you know what happen when people " assume". we all have seen people with physical improvement right after a venoplasty. In my case, 20 minutes after my procedure I was able to cross my left leg over my right leg which I was not able to do in the last several years. Since remyelination would take several weeks to happen then there must be another factor causing the neuropathy. Oxygen and glucose come to mind but could be some unknown factor.
Everybody here brings happiness, somebody by coming,others by leaving. PPMS since 2000<br />