Our expert says:
Always consult/liase with your neurologist regarding treatment related to your multiple sclerosis.
Consider temperomandibular joint dysfunction for your ear pain. Consult an osteopath to have this evaluated. For more information on osteopathy visit www.osteogoodhealth.com
The optic nerve and the nerves to the ear are unrelated so related neuralgia is unlikely. Difficult to give full feedback without full examination and history. The pain you described in your ear is not a normal feature of MS associated symptoms.
Dr Guy Ashburner Osteopath
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