I've noticed that this has gotten slightly worse over the past year or so since I've noticed it, but my right foot turns outward when I walk (between 40-45 degrees). Sometimes this leads to pain in my knee (if I walk / run a lot or I am driving for 2+ hours).
I also find that my arms and legs often fall asleep. If I am sitting or lying in a somewhat strange position (like Indian Style or something), than my arm and legs will fall asleep. It also doesn't help that I am extremely not flexible.
Lastly, I have very poor circulation and my hands and feet are always cold. They are also always sweaty (a cold sweat), and they have been that way forever.
Want to make sure these aren't interrelated and something I should go get checked out. A family friend was recently diagnosed with MS, so I want to make sure these aren't any of the warning signs.
For what it is worth, I am 24 and male.
Thanks for all of your help :)
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