My most recent neurologist described my primary symptom as peripheral neuropathy. My first thought was...that is not an M.S. symptom is it? The neuro said it can be, but is not typical, that is why he tested me for Celiac Disease (especially since I have digestive problems). I am curious if anyone else has primarily sensory symptoms (i.e mild tingling to dense loss of sensation) and IBS. Doctors claim that these have nothing to do with each other, but they sure seen like they do me! Although there is no typical course of M.S. mine seems unusual. Can anyone else identify with me?
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