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With what you are describing it is HIGHLY UNLIKELY to be MS particularly with a normal MRI.
All the symptoms that you are mentioning can happen even with severe anxiety, which I think could be a cause in your case.
Other causes that need to be considered and ruled out include low levels of vitamin B12 and low levels of thyroid hormone.
These can be ruled out by doing a blood test for vitamin B12 and thyroid hormones.
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Less than 1%.
I have seen many cases of MS and not even one presented with such symptoms.
So even based on your symptoms the chances of having MS are less than 1%
BTW MRI is the best test to diagnose MS.
If there is some doubt on MRI the next test that we do is to test spinal fluid by doing a spinal tap.
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your anxiety symptoms are severe
anxiety can cause you to have pins and needles symptoms and can cause your hands to be shakey.
you need to talk to your doctor to get back on anti-anxiety medications.
yes, I am sure it is due to anxiety
see your doctor
I'm sure you don't have MS.
I am 100% sure you don't have MS
no real other conditions which cause your symptoms.
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yes, it sounds like you had a panic attack or anxiety attack at night time.
you should ask your doctor for medications to help treat your anxiety symptoms
yes, I am sure.
talk to your doctor about it
I bet they will say your symptoms are due to your anxiety symptoms as well
ask for medication treatments for your anxiety symptoms.
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yes, I am sure this is not cancer
it is from anxiety
anxiety disorder will not set off autoimmune disease.
you don't have MS.