Also look into getting your vit D and B12 checked if these are low it will complicate nerve issues. If MS is the diagnosis definitely look into getting your vit D checked it should be between 50-70. I have take 4000in/day to keep mine in range.
Also forgot to mention to look into getting your thyroid checked. If TSH is above 2.0 and your doctor says it is fine, I would look for another opinion (especially a good endocrinologist.) My endocrinologist likes to keep my TSH levels about about 1.00. Good luck agian
You might want to have your back and neck checked out. I would start with a good chiropractor then if he/she cannot help you I would then see a MD. My sister had many different nerve symptoms and after all the different specialist it was chiropractor who was able to help. Good luck I hope you get your answers and feel better soon.
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