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hi S

We all feel uneasy when we are going through a health situation...it's just not knowing what's going on that triggers the stress.

Okay so yes Ms can cause tingling/numbness,but it usually lasts a few days at a time...it wouldn't just start and stop.''

I noticed that when my neck/upper back hurts is when I'll get the tingling and slight numb feeling in my head,but it goes away in a day or two.

Maybe it is something to do with your eyesight...people tend to get bad headaches when they need glasses....plus headaches usually affect the blood vessels in the brain so that could trigger the tingling.

When you see the dr. about your eyes you should definitely bring up the problems you are having and see what the dr. has to say about it.

Try not to get stressed about it...I'm sure things will get better for you in time.Don't think too much about it or you'll just make it seem worse,okay?

Diabetes has sx...like extreme thirst,frequent urination,hard to breathe,nausea,vomiting,personality changes and fatigue.MS has sx too...like severe numbness anywhere in the body lasting usually for 24 hrs. to days and even longer,vision problems(like seeing double,blurriness,etc.),off balance,dizziness,hard to walk,electric-like shocks...and many,many more symptoms.

Please post back anytime....takle care.

Sincerely,Scout~
[QUOTE=scout316;4083953]hi S

We all feel uneasy when we are going through a health situation...it's just not knowing what's going on that triggers the stress.

Okay so yes Ms can cause tingling/numbness,but it usually lasts a few days at a time...it wouldn't just start and stop.''

I noticed that when my neck/upper back hurts is when I'll get the tingling and slight numb feeling in my head,but it goes away in a day or two.

Maybe it is something to do with your eyesight...people tend to get bad headaches when they need glasses....plus headaches usually affect the blood vessels in the brain so that could trigger the tingling.

When you see the dr. about your eyes you should definitely bring up the problems you are having and see what the dr. has to say about it.

Try not to get stressed about it...I'm sure things will get better for you in time.Don't think too much about it or you'll just make it seem worse,okay?

Diabetes has sx...like extreme thirst,frequent urination,hard to breathe,nausea,vomiting,personality changes and fatigue.MS has sx too...like severe numbness anywhere in the body lasting usually for 24 hrs. to days and even longer,vision problems(like seeing double,blurriness,etc.),off balance,dizziness,hard to walk,electric-like shocks...and many,many more symptoms.

Please post back anytime....takle care.

Sincerely,Scout~[/QUOTE]





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