After I had an allergic reaction to a medication I've been have paresthesia and nerve pain. Can an allergic reaction cause multiple sclerosis?

No. Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune mediated disorder of unclear etiology, but is not due to allergic reactions. However, if you possess subclinical lesions in brain or spinal cord, a co-morbidity could provoke symptoms. Perhaps a visit to a seasoned and experienced neurologist could help clarify your issues.

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I had an allergic reaction to a medication which caused pin and needles and nerve pain in my body. Can an allergic reaction cause multiple sclerosis?

You didn't and No. 1) Allergic reactions don't cause "pins and needles" or "nerve pain" (whatever that means). They cause rash, itching and swelling. Whatever kind of reaction you had, it wasn't an ALLERGIC reaction. 2) Your symptoms sound nothing like MS. 3) Nobody knows what does cause MS, but "allergic" (or whatever) reactions don't. Whoever discovers the cause of MS will win a Nobel Prize in Medicine. Read more...