Diagnosed with MS a year ago due to 4 brains lesions, went to a Kinnisiologist and was told real low on Magnesium.8 months later lesions gone on brain. However I am still numb waist down, knees and toes worse. Now my Neurologist says numbness is due to lesion at T-4.

Could r=that cause complete sensory numbness in legs??

Posted By Mark on March 25, 2011 at 14:08:25:

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