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Treated multiple sclerosis with medication. Numbness, tingling on tongue, lips, chin. Symptoms of multiple sclerosis?

Hello, I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2002 and was on Avonex to treat it for many years. About 2 years ago I came off of the Avonex and haven t started anything since. Two weeks ago I started to feel some numbness and tingling on the tip of my tongue and just the other day it spread to my lower lip and now my chin . Do you think this is all related to my MS? Thank you for your help! Michele
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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This seems to be related to MS. Steroids and Avonex may be indicated at this stage as well, However you should visit your neurologist once again and see what can be done now.
There is mesenchymal stem cell therapy which is in experimental stages and have shown encouraging results for relapsing remitting MS and can be tried with steroids as an alternate treatment strategy however you should give preference to Avonex or other similar drugs at this stage since they are well proven.
Answered: Fri, 8 Nov 2013
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