can occur in any peripheral disease
The nerves in the body are responsible for sensation or the ability to experience different physical feelings (related to touch). Any condition that affects any nerve in the body can result in abnormal sensations.
Disordered sensation can result from abnormal functions or abnormal structure of the nerves. It can cause tingling
, sticking sensation, burning, tickling, pricking sensation, increased pain awareness or increased pain, numbness
sensation, increased warmth, vibrations, essentially any abnormal or any distortion of sensation can occur.
MS is one , only one of the conditions that can potentially affect the nerves in the body.
Any condition , not restricted to MS, that affects nerve function can cause abnormal sensation.
So yes, tingling, increased warmth, burning sensations, vibrations can also occur in MS but they can also occur in any condition that affects the nerves.
These would include the conditions mentioned earlier.It is the same nerves that are being affected in any neurological condition that affects the peripheral nerves.
I understand that you are very very worried about the possibility of MS, but so far your scans have ruled it out.If you wish to see another neurologist
and have another scan to ease your fears you can do this but so far , according to the scans thus far , from what you have reported, there is no indication of ms