I’m so glad to hear the MS specialist doesn’t think you have MS! I wonder if the bradycardia and low blood pressure are related to, or somehow causing the numbness and tingling? I really hope you’ll follow up on these issues. There are exceptions to every rule, especially with MS. However, as Rhonda mentioned, tingling and numbness usually don’t tend to be that transient and travel around to each extremity throughout the day. Once damage to the myelin has occurred (often during an exacerbation with very clear and specific numbness and/or tingling), these kind of symptoms can stick around as residual issues. The residual symptoms most often are always present at some level, and can become temporarily heightened due on factors such as heat and fatigue. From what I understand, they don’t usually tend to migrate around to each extremity throughout each day, or appear and disappear to the extent that you describe.
edited to try and make a bit more sense...
Post Edited (Sunnycitrus) : 10/2/2008 11:54:41 AM (GMT-6)