Okay, so my husband is a very healthy 21 year old man with the earlier stages of Hypoglycemia. He has a low blood pressure, low cholesterol, an abnormally high metabolism and a good work ethic. He has a mild case of Arthritis however because of skateboarding in high school,
This is the problem, years before we met he realized that he no longer had feeling in his right arm all the way back to his shoulder and the right portion of his back. Then, he developed soon afterward tremors in both hands.
When we first started dating, he informed that he had 6 MRIs, seen twelve specialist, been tested for MS and Parkinsons, only for them all to come back negative, with no pinched nerves or dislocated disk.
He concluded he was going to just live with it.
Well, now his tremors have become worse, causing a spasm in his arms at once and also causing his head to shake. They haven't done it for a few weeks and he keeps saying he doesn't want to be tested any more. Though I know he is embarrassed by this, becoming worried in public that people are staring.
If I could at least have an idea on what he may have, allowing him not to go through so many test, this may be easier on the both of us...
Does this sound familiar to anyone?
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