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MS (multiple sclerosis) occurs most commonly in females than males. The common symptoms are sensory loss in limbs or one side of the face, unilateral visual loss, acute or subacute motor weakness, diplopia, gait disturbance, and balance problems. Lhermitte's sign is observable. It is seen as an electric shock-like sensation that runs down the back and limbs due to flexion of the neck. The other symptoms are vertigo, bladder problems, limb ataxia, acute transverse myelitis, and pain. You need to do a spine MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) to rule out MS. There are other things such as eye examination including VEP (visual evoked potential test), MRI spine with contrast, and CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) examination for oligoclonal bands. It looks like a muscle pull and spasm. You will become fine soon.