Living with multiple sclerosis introduces you to many different, often bizarre, symptoms. Numbness, itching, weakness, pain, spasticity, cognitive problems, depression, anger, vision changes, urinary urgency, constipation, paralysis, inappropriate laughing or crying, fatigue, insomnia, daytime sleepiness, euphoria, balance problems, foot drop, heat sensitivity, sexual dysfunction; the list can go on and on.
For example, do you ever sense that lights are too bright or sounds are too loud when they seem normal to everyone else? Do you jump at the drop of a pin? If so, you might be suffering from increased sensitivities to stimuli. There are a couple of conditions that could explain your experience.