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Have MS, getting weaker, losing weight, high blood sugar. Could MS be damaging pancreas?

I have MS with all the usual issues: fatigue , neuro pains, dizziness/ vertigo , muscle weakness , frequent urination , weak stream, etc. Recenty (past 4 months) foot pain has increased, in the last two months getting weaker, in the last month I have been feeling dehydrated, and last week - when I have been eating more than I should - I expected to have gained 3 or so pound but lost 7 unexpectedly (wieghed 200 when I expected 210.) Thought my MS may be masking diabetes so I got a freind to use his blood tester and test my blood sugars. After eating at noon and not eating anything else for five hours my blood tested at 202. I m guessing diabetes. So I have an appointment to see my GP today. Question: could my MS auto immune issue be damaging my pancreas? Or is this just another health issue unrealted to MS?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, if this is Multiple Sclerosis, then this may not damage the Pancreas, this is fluctuating type of pathological disease that mainly hurts the peripheral and motor nervous system and such condition reversed mostly living not permanent damages, your moral, and will power is the important factors, otherwise no need to worry about this, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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