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Hyperethesia Between Toes

Hello, I am in the middle of getting a diagnosis after temporarily losing vision in my left eye.  My eye doctor things it may be MS and wants me to put together a list of any strange symptoms I've been having.  One thing that came to mind that I'm not sure about is this constant discomfort/sensitivity I have between my toes.  Like I cannot stand the feeling of my toes touching, to the point that I am constantly separating them and wiggling them to relieve the sensation.  Does this sound like something that could be related to MS? Or just one of those weird things.

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