Just really looking for a place to vent for a bit
Back in March of this year (09), I had a few weird things happen. Increased dizzy/spacey type feelings, muscle spasms and facial cramps.
I am 42, white male, worked out for hte past 10 yrs 4 days a week, 1-1.5 hrs at time. Watch what I eat and hardly ever seen in the inside of a doctors office.
So I go and I have seen a GP, Neuro, ENT, phsycologist and a 2nd neuro this morning.
Here is what I have been dealing with daily:
ear rining - 24-7, headache .. 24-7, muscle spasms (move from one place to another all over my body), tingling (like pins and needles), sometimes a buzzing feeling, I have fallen for no reason just standing there then BOOM on the floor. I had an episode where mu left leg decided it would not accept any weight on it, it would just shake (lasted about an hour), blurry vision, memory issues and concetration issues. many things appear to get worse the warmer I am.
anyway I am sure that anough of a picture. I have had an MRI, EEG and never tests which of course have come back normal. Yet sympotoms persist. 1st neuro thought it likely was stress related (thus the trip to the psychologist (a few times) .. so to see I removed myself from projects at work to have a light load .. took a 2 week vacaton .. still they persist .. the psychologist does not think its due to stress .. thus the 2nd neuro .. who basically saw me for 30 minutes .. read what the otehr neuro wrote .. did like 3 tests and said.. you look ok to me .. come back in 3 months.
Does any of this sound familiar to anyone? I have read a bunch of things in sites like this one and it seems to me I have many of the symptoms of MS, it this par for the course if I do .. where it takes a long time to figure it out? any one rlated to this at all .. or am I just being overly concerned. I have just never been one to fret over medical issues and not go running to the doctor over every little thing ...
anyway thanks for letting me vent, for those that have been dx with MS I have much simpathy for you, pains in toes and fingers and unexplained stuff just popping up out of the blue ...
Take care and thanks again
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