Multiple sclerosis affects the nerves that run throughout the brain and into the spinal cord, encompassing the body's "message center." Your "message center" sends instructions to the rest of your body. When these signals aren't distributed correctly or not sent at all, you might experience tingling or numbness in various parts of your body. For many MS patients, this often occurs in the legs, arms, face, and fingers.
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