diva wrote:thanks for taking the time to reply, I will also ask for the vitamin tests. I am being tested for Rheumatoid Arthritis also as I have been having trouble with my elbow being inflamed and sore, and my mum has the disease terribly so best to get checked.
As far as I know MS doesnt cause swollen and sore joints?
In my experience (with both MS and spinal cord obstruction), symptoms that change when you change position are usually more due to spine/nerve mechanical issues than MS.diva wrote:The leg doesnt tingle at night time or when resting but moreso seems to happen with movement - once i put my foot down to walk Ill get it all up the calf muscle. I just wanted to find out if the tingling associated with MS presents in this way or is it more of a constant tingle and worse at night?
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