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What are the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis ?

i have numb feet, and sometimes the ancles are very painfull and numb tounge and lips sometimes female age 36 i was told at thanksgiveing that my left kidny has a leak and is swelling up also they said i had some blood boils or smething like that on my liver ...anyways i have been gettting worse and worse my syptoms are this severe numb feet pain in ancles numb tounge and lips at times and sometimes down left side of face .... also had over 20 differant sinus infections in the last yr no antibiotic took it away in a yr till recently... please help
Asked On : Sun, 27 Feb 2011
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hello dear, the numbness could also be due to diabetes, get ur sugar checked.
It could also be due to vitamin b12 deficiency, get an assay done.
get ur BP checked.Also it could be Bells palsy, if u have twitching of face, but only of one side. kindly visit ur physician.
Answered: Sun, 27 Feb 2011
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