Please see the type & pattern of symptoms you have mentioned above are not pointing towards the possibility of ms
MS is expected to present with certain very distinct symptoms like for example loss of vision or severe loss of vision in one eye, facial droop, paralysis of the limbs on one side, severe gait unsteadiness etc since you have not mentioned any such symptoms I assume you never had such symptoms – in that case you do not appear to have ms
While ms can present with numbness, but the pattern of the numbness you are having is not suggestive of ms, for example you get numbness in the toes, or numbness in the bottom of the tongue etc and this is not typical for ms, ms is expected to present numbness over a larger area, for example numbness of the whole leg, or the whole arm or over the face etc but numbness occurring over such restricted areas as in your case is not suspicious for ms
Pain, that too such prominent pain as you are having is not typical for ms
It really does not appear you are suffering from ms based on the type of symptoms you are having and also based on the pattern of the symptoms you are having, so please no to be scared.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions or if you want to discuss this further.
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