I have had problems for over ten years now, and the doctors cannot seem to find any answers.
After sitting, when I rise, my head feels like I have suddenly gotten very high pressure. Then my legs start going numb. If I put my head down (just standing still and bending at the waist) the numbness starts to stop.
If I am on my way to going to relieve my bladder, what sometimes happens, is that I start to have tremors, and my arms and hands start to go every which way. Then sometimes, I end up on the floor, and my bladder empties.
I have gone for so many ct scans, and have seen specialists. The last one, asked me if I could have a seizure for her while I was in her office. I was so disgusted (as was my husband)..we felt like walking out.
They have ruled out MS.
I feel that the heat activates it more. When I am in a hot and humid area, chances are greater that an attack will happen.
I have always felt, that perhaps when I am sitting, that I am pinching a nerve, and this starts the process.
Please if anyone can help, I would greatly appreciate your feedback.
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