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A year ago left leg went tingly. No symptoms since but when body temp rises shower/weather heel tingles. Scared of ms but negative brain and spine mri?

Other neuropathy. There are many other causes of neuropathy that should be investigated. MS is feared, but (fortunately) VERY rare - you are more likely to have diabetic neuropathy (esp with negative tests so far) or neuropathy from another cause. Follow-up with your neurologist; relay your symptom & association with body temp. Perhaps they'll get to a diagnosis. Alternatively, use HealthTap Prime. Good luck & thx. Read more...

I have lesions on my brain and in my spine (MRI), clonus, and slight off and on tingling in my hands and feet. Could this be MS?

Only a doctor can . Give you a definitive diagnosis on whether its MS or seizures or gluten. Get 2nd opinions. Gluten allergies/celiac can present similarly & once your diet is changed, the lesions can disappear. Make sure your Vitamin D3 levels are norma. Have an integrative neurologist work with you.Read Dr. Perlmutter's 'Grain Brain'to rule it out.Then have your doctor work you up, see eye doctor too for work up. Read more...

Went to GP with slight tingling in left leg. He dismissed MS because I showed no other symptoms. Chalked it up as compressional neuropathy. Now my feet are burning, especially when I sit, they feel like they're on fire. Could that still be caused by compr

Yes. It could be due to that, But it also could be due to diabetes, heavy metal poisoning and other nutritional deficiencies. I think you need to return or see another doctor for a complete workup including labs and possibly an imaging study on your back. Read more...
See neurologist. You might have bilateral tarsal tunnel syndrome if nerves are trapped at ankle, but far more likely is the presence of a peripheral neuropathy, which needs attention to uncover cause and control your symptoms. Read more...