about a 2 month again I had a sock like feeling on haft of my right foot, and then a month again I have some pain in my left calf and ankle as i walk.
Now the sock feeling as gone away on my left foot but the pain in my calf and ankle don't really hurt unless i keep walking on them a lot. but, now i get tingling on my right foot when i walk and then it goes on and off as i walk. but when i sit down there is no tingling. and this has been going on for like a week now the tingling.
but i do have back pain, and i get tingling in my back when i lean forward and some times in my hands, and the pass two days my leg went numb when i was sleeping but i got up and shake it off and i was ok.
Also I get some king of Burning Sensations all over my body.
I had X rays and my Doctor said there is something going on in my back do to poor posture.
sometimes i feel weak, but i don't know if its do to worrying about MS or having MS.
I think i have a pinched nerve. but i don't know.
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