I’m not sure if I have MS. Just curious. I have been a nurse for 33 years and spend a lot of time on my feet. I have always contributed my leg and foot pain to this reason until recently. I was talking to another nurse who has MS, and listened intently to her issues. I also have the pins and needles to my lower legs and feet, restless legs, sharp, shooting pain at times in my heels, sides of feet, and into my hands and fingers. Not to mention cramping of my legs, feet and hands. Various spasms in my stomach, diaphragm, legs, and feet. But over the past 6 months, I have had problems walking. My legs feel huge and don’t want to move. When I stand up after sitting, or driving, I cant walk, and I usually stand for a few minutes before I force myself to move my legs. My feet feel funny, like they don’t bend. Like I’m walking with flippers. I fatigue very easily. Simple things like doing laundry, cooking, showering, all require standing, and my legs become weak, and my feet will sting and become painful standing on them. My vision issues are the same as my coworker as well. I have had blurry vision, problems with glare, and have had black-out spots in my line of vision. These issues are so varied, it is possible I have multiple things going on, and being a nurse, I don’t want to be paranoid. Several years ago, I would wake up each morning with my arms having no feeling. Not numb, but like I didn’t have arms. A doctor told me it sounded like MS. At the time, it was the only symptom I was having and didn’t have any tests. I’m concerned because I plan to work for the next 10 -12 years. I would like to know if better nutrition would ease my symptoms.