10 Symptoms That Could Be MS
You’ve developed a strange little numbness and tingling in the fingers of your left hand. It doesn’t really hurt, but it’s just.... odd. Maybe the tingling goes away on its own and you don’t think about it again. Or maybe it sticks around and even starts to slowly grow so that now your forearm is numb, too. Do you call the doctor? Here are 10 symptoms you may experience that should lead to a call to the doctor.
Tingling in the fingers
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This could happen to anyone, but if it becomes a recurring problems or appears to be persistent, you may want to consult a doctor. It might not be MS – it could be a muscle problem, an unrelated nerve issue or something else – but it is worth getting checked out nonetheless!