Yes, it's possible to have an exacerbation during the winter months. MS is a disease that is continually active. Even when u feel great and have little or no symptoms, it's there. Heat will affect u'r feeling and the intensity of some of u'r symptoms because u'r internal thermometer is not working correctly. While u may feel u are in an exacerbation or flare when u are hot, it's more likely a worsening of symptoms that are already there. A true flare is going to include new symptoms and will last more than 24 hours. Take care friend and i'm glad to hear u'r feeling better!
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