Multiple sclerosis facial swelling
I've noticed over the last few months that I've started having issues with swelling (face, hands/fingers & Sfeet/toes). As time has gone on, I've been able to track the time it starts, but not "why?" it starts, nor found a way to stop it. Over the last few weeks, the swelling has reached a point of being painful. I can't scrunch my toes. Swollen face | Multiple Sclerosis Society Sensual. Age: 22. I am happy to travel throughout europe given some time notice. I am here for satisfying each of your needs and wishes, am adventurous and eager to please. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Swelling face is found among people with Multiple sclerosis, especially for people who are female, old, take medication Tysabri and have Depression. This review analyzes which people have Swelling face with Multiple sclerosis. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports of 1, people who have Multiple. Lucey. Age: 21. I pride my self as being classy, open minded, compassionate and sophisticated with a sultry twist to match Rare Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis: What Is Trigeminal Neuralgia? Nov 18, - My husband, who was recently diagnosed with MS, is now having swelling on the right side of his face. He also has a knot in his lip that looks like a. Mar 15, - Has anyone experienced swelling in their face and around your eyes? I don't know why my face looks so swollen some days when I wake up. I can't connect a cause, but some days I get out of bed to get ready for work and my eyes are swollen and they will stay that way all day. I don't think it is food related. Anfisa. Age: 19. Im Eve please contact me and lets huge sum fun my time its limited so don't miss me out xxxxxxxx Mar 31, - I have every symptom of multiple sclerosis and have been told by several doctors I might have it. I went to a MS specialist recently and he Jan Re: One side facial swelling · Meesha. About 3 months ago, I took Phentermine 15 mg for about a week. Shortly therafter I noticed my right side of my face was. Learn the early signs and symptoms of multiple sclerosis like vision problems, tingling and numbness, pain and spasms, fatigue, and weakness. Inflammation affects the optic nerve and disrupts central vision. This can cause blurred signs of MS. Common sites of numbness include the face, arms, legs, and fingers. For every person, the disease develops differently. -- Yet the early warning signs are quite similar. Learn the symptoms, the types of MS, and possible complications.