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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...

Tingling in left heel after hot shower/hot weather. Brain/spine mri shows hernation at t7-t8 with flattening of the left ventricle spinal cord, disc protrusions and spondylolisthesis from L4-S1 causing stenosis. Why do I have the heat sensitivity?

Need Neuro exam. You should see a Neurologist with a copy of the report & (ideally) pictures of the MRI that you underwent. Only a Neurologist can accurately tell you if / why you have heat sensitivity. Usually, heat sensitivity means loss of the ability to tell the difference between hot & cold. The spinal MRI may be misleading. Poor circulation, neuromas, diabetes, & other conditions predispose feet to tingling. Read more...