‘One of the first things we often see in MS patients is the inability to text, type, use a cellphone or tablet, or do other things that require fine motor control,’ Dr. Segil explains, adding that it usually means there is an MS lesion in the back region of the brain.
YOUR COFFEE CUP DOESN’T FEEL HOT—EVEN THOUGH YOU JUST POURED IT
Did you really just pick up that hot pan without thinking about it? Why does your coffee taste warm but you can’t feel it through the mug? The inability to feel temperature changes with your hands is another sign you may have MS-induced nerve damage, Dr. Segil says.