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sensation of foot sliding

Is this symptom related to MS.  I have felt in primarily while on treadmill and more recently while walking on pavement.  Feels as though I have stepped on ice.
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338416 tn?1420045702
Does it happen in one foot, or in both?

I have the weirdest thing - I get a sensation of pressure at the tip of my right toe. It feels as if it's pressed against something. When I look at it, it goes away, but when I'm not looking, it comes back.
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1168718 tn?1464983535
I have had just asked the same question today.  

I have the very same feeling, but I also have a buzzing first, only on my right foot .

Do you have that feeling too?  

Jen... I have had the big toe thing too, it feels like it is frozen from the dentist... who knows what MS will bring next....

Good luck,
Let us know if you get an answer !!

Candy \
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I am not diagnosed, but I have sensations sometimes when I'm walking that the ground is moving, like maybe if there was an earthquake and only I could feel it.  It's sudden and lasts only a few seconds.  I don't like it.  lol
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