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I just got diagnosed with ms. I had left eye vision problems but today i woke up with shooting pains in my lower back to my knees. Any clues?

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Neurologist, symptoms can change and progress over time.

In brief: Consult your

Neurologist, symptoms can change and progress over time.
Dr. Matthew Kozminski
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Pain is not uncommon in MS, and your description could be an MS symptom, but you could also have a co-morbidity involving structural rheumatological issues in your vertebral column.
You do not list your medications, but would hope you have been prescribed a potent MS disease modifying agent, and are also taking Vitamin D-3

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Pain is not uncommon in MS, and your description could be an MS symptom, but you could also have a co-morbidity involving structural rheumatological issues in your vertebral column.
You do not list your medications, but would hope you have been prescribed a potent MS disease modifying agent, and are also taking Vitamin D-3
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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