I am constantly wary of anythng happening to my body being MS-related, but could anyone give any confirmation that my current situation may be to do with this or not:
As those of you who live in the UK will know, it is very cold at the moment, and my feet tend to get cold quite quickly. This is generally aided by layering them in at least 3 pairs of socks, keeping them in warm/hot water for a while or swivelling my chair around so that I can rest them on the radiator for a few minutes. However, they have been cold and tingly for the past 3 days now and I can’t seem to thaw them out.
They have not changed colour; no blue nails or white toes, the soles of my feet are quite numb and the sensation in my toes has dimmed, making it quite difficult to move them (not that I ever have a need for that:-)). The rest of my body seems fine.
I am going to make a doctor’s appointment tomorrow to make sure it’s nothing ‘serious’ (ie. gangrene/frostbite etc ;-)), but I wanted to get some indication as to whether this is a common thing for any MSers out there, or whether I am just being a hypochondriac?
Thanks for any advice,
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