I wrote a couple of weeks ago but left some things out. I am a 55 yr old female. First of all when i was a child a had scarlet fever 2 times then i got reumatic fever. A little afer that i got chorea or so they said. I looked up the symptons and those were not what i had. My whole left side just went limp. I just dragged my leg and my arm just hung by my side. I was also left handed. But what was strange i started writing with my right hand like if i always had. I had that for about a year then went back to normal. so back to now. I have copd, sleep apnea(i wear oxyegen at night) and i do suffer from depression. One of my medications is a little sedating but my scyh said that wouldn't be causing my problems. I have had depression almost my whole life. But at least the last 3 years have been doing really good. So about 2 years ago i started urinary incontinence and had to wear pads all the time. Then i started wetting the bed but not every night but alot. Then i noticed i was loosing my balance alot and have fallen. Had a low grade fever off and on all the time. My neck was hurting all the time. I also have ibs so then i had fecal incontinence a few times. I told all the docors it seems to happens when i am standing. When my brain tells me i have to urinate it just starts coming out right away. and then when i am sleeping. Then one morning when i got up i felt fine i went to take my first step and just fell on my knees then wacked my head. My legs just gave out. They always feel weak. And just recently my legs just ache and ache sometimes up into my groin. I also have headaches in the morning sometimes. I have had alot of blood work done seen an infectious desease doctor 2 uros and now i am on my second neuroligist. They have all been useless. Of course because i suffer from depression they all think that is what my problem is. The uros did all their test and said everything was normal. Had an mri of my head and spine. No ms. only found a buldging disk on the cervical spine so that probably explains my neck pain and headaches. I keep pushing and pushing from doctor to doctor but i am about ready to give up and accept that is me.which will be very hard for me. Does anybody think my childhood illnesses have anything to do with all this? The doctors just shrug it off. Any suggestions i am so desperate
Thank you Cindy
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