Ok let me start be saying this is my 3rd attempt to typing this... I keep hitting the wrong button on my iPad and it disappears so if you receive many partial posts from me that's why ;). So, I'm not sure if this "new" issue should be added to the MS "pool" or not so I thought I'd put it out there for others to help me with. I have developed this elbow pain... I can't seem to lie my elbow on a table or any hard surface without feeling as if I have a bad bruise... I haven't banged it there is no sign of trama and it seems to be bilaterally... Strange! For those of you who don't know my history I was diagnosed with PPMS in 2008. Any input would be appreciated.
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Just my guess -and it is only a guess - this pain has probably nothing to do with your MS and more likely a muscle or skeletal problem. You would think if you hit your elbow/funny bone on something you would have realized it at the time, but I find the numbness in my legs allows me to overlook that at times. If it continues to hurt, of course call the doctor.
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