So I Googled "sensation tip of nose hair" and the only website I got that connected that with MS was a forum in which someone asked if it was a symptom and the people who had MS called the poster a hypochondriac. So I'm assuming that "Multiple Sclerosis came up as a possibility" during your search because you Googled "tip of nose sensation hair" AND "MS" and kept digging until you'd found the scant "proof" you were looking for.
So let's examine the facts: You have no real symptoms; you had a clean MRI 8 months ago; the sensation you felt is something probably everyone has felt (especially those of us with allergies), and the only proof you have that it's MS-related is one person on a web forum saying they've had that sensation. (Keeping in mind: If most people feel that sensation from time to time, it stands to reason that people with MS have felt it, too.)
So what's your diagnosis, doctor? Mine is: You don't have MS. You DO have a very serious case of HA, which you need to manage, ideally with exercise, cognitive behavioral techniques, and a complete cessation of all Googling.
wow, slangevar has nailed it. no pulling the punches with this post
. and that is a good thing, btw.
lilsweety--- the case you present for you having MS is weak. I agree with slang. it seems much more likely this is your BEASTY (anxious thinking) adding 2+2 and getting 5.
what are you doing daily to working on your anxious thinking? what is working? what isn't? Realize you could be doing all kinds of good stuff (proactive)---therapy, meds (for some), hobbies, community service, exercise, yoga, meditation, to name just a few But, if you are also sneaking in the bad stuff (reactive behaviors)--- seeking reassurance endlessly, googling, monitoring your body, self-checking, self testing, obsessing...., you pretty much make it IMPOSSIBLE for the good stuff to get a good foothold.