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Diagnosed multiple sclerosis, numbness in the red spot, veins swelling and throbbing heart beats. Can more of red spots occur with pain?

Hi I was diagnose w/ multiple sclerosis in 2008. When I have recurring needle pain I get a permanent red spot there that feels numb. I also have a vein mass in my pinky that swells and throbs w/ my heart beat no one can tell me what it is. I would really like to know is it possible to have more of these like behind my ear in my knee in my back and hip these are the place I get my sharp pains and have red numb spot? Cali
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern the symptoms that you have described hare may not be related with the Multiple sclerosis even if it does then also this is nothing to worry this would come around soon, you have to keep your stress level low and stop worrying certain nonspecific symptoms are common in Multiple sclerosis but these subsides on its own, hope this information helps you, take care and have good day.
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