Hello and thank you for your question.
Such numbness as you are describing is called neuropathy and is quite rare. It needs to be evaluated by either your GP or, even better, by a neurologist as soon as possible.
You will need a set of blood work to rule out multiple different conditions such as Vitamin deficiencies, electrolyte abnormalities, thyroid problem, syphilis, auto-immune conditions, and diabetes. You might need to have a test done to check your nerves (this test is called EMG) to see what kind of neuropathy you are having.
Your symptoms are not due to MS. Transverse myelitis is a very rare condition and is most likely not the cause of your symptoms, however, it does need to be ruled out.
So because your symptoms can be caused by a variety of different medical conditions, it is very important that you seek medical attention as soon as possible. If you can, I would suggest going to see a neurologist, however, if you need a referral to a neurologist, please see your GP.
I hope you find this information helpful. Please feel free to follow-up with any other questions you might have.
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