Sensation can be a good thing or, as in my case, a not so good thing.
In 1994, I lived where I could walk around the lake, 2 miles around. So, I walked it one day, came home, went to sleep that night, and when I woke up and got out of bed, my right leg was dragging. I thought I slept on it wrong and went to work. Fast forward two months later, leg still dragging, I saw a Neurologist who did some motor skill test etc., and informed me that I had either a brain tumor or RRMS. I told him I choose MS cuz no one is opening my head, I'm not a fan of brain salad surgery!
Well, here I am, 23 years later, wheelchair bound. My right leg and arm have been non functional since day one. I started using a cane about a year in, then a walker, which I used up until 2013. I now have a power wheelchair which I use in house only. For shopping or long distances, I have a GOGO small power chair which I call my little red Mustang! That was my favorite car when I drove. I have cried, laughed, adapted, adjusted, and accepted my condition, but always positive for the future and enjoy life fully. All you need is love!
Does your employer provide workplace accommodations due to your MS?