jimmylegs wrote:i don't have sensory issues on my face but before dx, i did have different temperature 'readings' in my legs for a while. it's been gone for years now and i don't think of it unless something like this reminds me. i used to sit down on say, a wooden chair, and it would feel cold to one leg, and not to the other. kind of similar i would think. and your doc probably does not have a comprehensive catalogue of all sensory experiences memorized, so there's probably no need to worry about a reaction to your report!
Okay, so weird temperature things par for the MS course. That's good to know. Really I'm just wondering-- maybe it's normal not to have strong temperature sense on the cheeks? Do you?
If no one here will run a test for me, I'll have to use the children as guinea pigs, lol. ; - ).