Saber, the advice here is really solid! The journal idea may seem silly but honestly it's the only way the drs can tell what's going on and when or what might be related to it. Keep in mind with the journal that you may want to note activities, body positions, and your energy levels... it'll help them pinpoint your reasons for the tingling.
I know many of my symptoms began this way but it took a lot more severe symptoms adding up and showing up in different ways AND showing themselves to the neuro during the exams for it to produce a diagnosis. MS is a sledge hammer compared to the multitude of other lesser possible causes that are like small tack hammers.
Whatever you do though, don't ignore it, I tried that and they just didn't go away! And I didn't keep a journal and now my neuro keeps asking things I can't always give clear answers for. Believe now I keep the journal. :) Live and learn and take good advice.
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