A 44-year-old male asked:
Hi i think i may have ms, however my gp says there is nothing wrong with me. in ocotober last year i experienced fairly debilitating fatigue, pins and needles and burning in my legs and muscle pain. in late november these symptoms disappeared for around a
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Neurology 47 years experience
Comments: Based upon your description, I cannot pin down a diagnosis, but a several week history of neurological dysfnctn could well be a sign of MS, but could also be due to a number of other conditions. If you remain concerned or unfulfilled by your doctor's approach, would strongly urge a second opinion, and even perhaps a visit to a neurologist.
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