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My feet and legs have episodes of tingling every day, since my relapse last year.
Is this likely a permanent deficit and why does this happen?
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It could be due to inflammation. If so when the inflammation dies down it will stop. Or it could be nerve damage in which case it will stay. Inflammation can be there a long time. They can put you on Lyrica or Gabenpentin. I just get used to it. I have it of and on.


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Thank you. I too am getting used to it now.
What happens with nerve damage?
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