My father, age 67, has had almost every test available to diagnose his bizarre symptoms. No one has figured it out yet...does anyone have any input on these symptoms?
Feels fine in A.M.-goes to work, etc. In evening: loss of muscle strength, falls, inability to climb stairs, muscle aches primarily in upper legs,etc. Symptoms come and go-can feel fine even after an hour or so after an episode. Has had these tests: blood tests, MRI, CAT scan, vascular tests-carotid cleaning as well-, all neurological tests, including screening for Parkinsons and MS.
Many thanks for any advice.
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