I would guess that you guys get posts like this pretty frequently but...I have another autoimmune disorder. And I have an appointment with my doc next week because of some new symptoms. I am scared to death because i believe some of them may point to MS. The foot pain thing I am not sure about. About a month ago I developed an pain in the underside of the arch of my foot. As I walked it would get worse and worse until I had to get off of it. Then it would go away until I got up and walked again...and again it would build...It lasted a couple of days and then went away...except for a minor pretty continuous feeling of pressure in the spot were it was located. Now the thing that really has me scared... For about the last 10 days I note tingling in both hands...more obvious in the right hand but it is definitely in both. It is pretty continuous but sometimes so minor I have to think about it to notice and sometimes it is more like a dull pain...but "it" is always there. About 2 months ago I had pain in my right eye, that I described as it feeling like the eyeball hurt. I have been to the eye doc and was told that everything was fine...the optic nerve looked fine etc, my right eye was just my more sensitive eye. Also about 10 days ago I noticed a minor change in my ability to keep my balance. Not that I fall or anything but it seems when I lose my balance for a second, as anyone might during the course of an active day, I have a little more trouble adjusting. Anyway...I would appreciate comments. If you recognize me from another group I am in please don't write anything to alert anyone over there. And by the way-hi everybody...glad you are here!
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