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In brief, I was diagnosed with SS some time ago and now it seems to have returned. I recently visited my GP who checked my notes and told me the SS was 15 years ago and I had been symptom free since then. From what I can remember, the numbness, pins and needles feeling in my legs just went away without any treatments at all.
Now the numbness and pins and needles sensation has returned to both legs and when I try to walk I loose control of my legs and can't really feel them touching the ground. My GP sent me for an MRI scan and when I chased the results up all he could tell me was that the scan showed a slight deterioration from the scan I had had 15 years ago.
Now, some 4 months after my visit to my GP, I am still waiting for an appointment with a specialist and I wondered if there was any advice available on managing the numbness in my legs. When I try to walk, the only relief from the numbness I can get is to either sit on a bench or a wall for a time and then try walking again. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.