Symptoms include: at the time I was admitted to the hospital last month, I was experiencing blurred and double vision, (this happens 1-2 times per week, lasting a few minutes or so), but this time, it lasted for 24 hours or so. Next was the weakness in my right arm to include right hand tremors. And very weak and not being able to stand for short period of time. This prompted a hospital visit. My symptoms for the last year or so include, blurred vision lasting a few minutes, tingling arms and/or hands (sometimes one sometimes both), frequent and urgent urinating (almost unable to hold), difficulting going down stairs, and EXTREME fatigue. It's all I can do to get home from work, and lay on the couch for a while. I feel OK in the morning, but around lunch time or so, I am extremely tired, not necessarily sleepy, but exhausted. My blood pressure has been up lately 140/86. Normal is ~116/70. My Vitamin D level is 14.8. My GP is sending me to a neurologist. What do you think?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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