When the nerve signals are interrupted by the damage to their coverings that MS can cause, strange, quick changes in the body can occur, such as very abrupt hot flashes or a fast case of the chills. However, these changes in temperature typically do not occur throughout the entire body, but may just affect the hands or the feet. This is another symptom that may be difficult to notice initially, as that children often complain of being too hot or too cold, and usually removing a blanket or adding an extra one will do the trick. But if this seems to occur at regular intervals, then there could definitely be a more serious, underlying problem.
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