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Had multiple sclerosis with multiple vision and one eye blindness. Why are hands numb?

Thank you . I have had multiple sclerosis since I was in my 20 s with double vision , and blindness in one eye and unable ot walk at various times. I have been in remission most of my life since then but recently had a flair up and my hands went numb. I can and do function but it is irritating and difficult to use my hands as I used to. I was told the hormone HGH helps with numbness issues. but I know nothing more about that subject. Please advise. I have a BS in Biology from Penn State but am not up on new developments Mona Rioux YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern and sorry for your medical condition the multiple sclerosis, let me tell you something about this disease, the clinical manifestation actually appears and disappears with uncertain time period some time the frequency of this have short time period and some time this could be lengthy, medicine just gives placebo effects some newer drugs are under trial and this would come in market soon, have a good luck, bye.
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