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Hello Mags H,

If you have not had your vision evaluated by an Ophthalmologist then please do so, the eyes are their specialty.

[QUOTE]Feet become numb. When I walk I know I'm making contact with the ground but can't feel it[/QUOTE]

In the case of Multiple Sclerosis your feet would be numb even when not walking. Numbness in Multiple Sclerosis is not affected by position. You cannot shake the numbness away and it doesn't matter if you sit, stand,or lay down.

Sleep paralysis and the hallucinations that can happen are really quite common. Many people deal with this and do not have any health issues. However, there are medications that can cause sleep paralysis as can sleep disorders. A sleep study could rule in/out a sleep disorder.

Tinnitus is very common and should be evaluated by an Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist. This can also cause auditory hallucinations.

Hair loss can be caused by medications, health issues such as Thyroid but is not caused by Multiple Sclerosis. Hair loss experienced with MS is due to the Disease Modifying Drugs (DMDs) used in the treatment of MS.

Urinary problems should be addressed by a Urologist and do any necessary testing.

Joint pain is not a Primary symptom of MS but is a Secondary symptom due to mobility problems and spasticity.

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