I haven't been able to get a diagnosis for so long that I quit going to doctors, but I'm going to try again next month (Neurologist). Are there any MS mimickers that don't cause extra fatigue? I actually have energy and work out five days a week and at 55, I'm not tired too much. However, I have the weird sensations you get with MS, Lymes, and CFS and unsteadiness, slurred speech and a pressure in my eye which affects my gait. I also have cognitive/memory issues and have since I've been in my 20's. This is ongoing. I'm getting an MRI, I assume. In advance of this appointment, does anyone have any ideas of what things to ask about? I don't think you can have MS, Lymes or CFS without the fatigue symptom. Thanks in advance. This is very bothersome due to the cognitive issues, which have been ongoing and the heaviness on one side of my body (only had tingling one time). It's not anxiety.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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