Thanks for all these additional details.
I am sorry to hear about your problems.
Well, from the description, it sounds to be Peripheral neuropathy. This can occur with underlying medical condition and should be checked by doctor.
Possible causes are-
-Hormonal disorder- like low levels of thyroid hormone
-Blood sugar disorder
-Liver/ Kidney disease
-Decrease in vitamin B12 levels.
Also, Pressure on the spinal nerves, or pressure on Peripheral nerves may cause such symptoms.
You need to get detailed clinical examination and blood work. This includes-
-Nerve conduction velocity (NCV) tests
-Blood sugar levels, thyroid function tests, liver/kidney function tests.
To be honest, it is not related with serious issue like MS. Please stop worrying that you suffer from serious medical issue.
Internet search and Dr. Google may only add to confusion, as most of the articles are written by unprofessional.
Please stop reading such stuff. You don't have nay serious medical illness.
You should go for regular exercise, Eat healthy meals, Massage your feet, it helps to improve circulation, stimulates nerves and may temporarily relieve pain. You should avoid prolonged pressure on your feet.
You should use a cold pack to relax muscles.
Also you should formulate an exercise routine and ensure that you build on it gradually.You should avoid alcohol, coffee,tobacco.
You should start with a multivitamin supplement daily.
Please consult your doctor for clinical checkup and get appropriate management. If required they may refer you to Endocrinologist for detailed evaluation.
Hope this helped
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