There is something I have pretty much always had since I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis but I always forget to mention it because it is so small and quick. Randomly, every now and then, I get this sensation like someone poked me with a needle in random parts of my body. It might be on the tip of a finger, the side of my face, or right on a thigh and it last as long as it takes to quickly poke yourself with a needle just once. It usually makes me twitch a bit just as you would if someone snuck up behind you and unexpectedly poked you with a needle on your arm. Then it's over, just like that, no residual pain, nothing, just a split second of neuropathic pain. I usually forget that it happened within 5 seconds and so I never remember to mention it. I think I just matched it up with a muscle twitch but it is slightly different because it literally feels like being poked with a thin needle. This time I remembered but I don't think much of it, just a nerve firing off at random, I am sure many people get this. Do you?