So here it goes. I have a ton of symptoms and the doctors can find nothing wrong. The whole mess started in September. I started getting dizzy at work. I also noticed I was having time speaking at times. It was like I would constantly forget the word I was needing to finish my sentances or I would slur my words together. Then one day I went completely numb on my right side. I couldn't move my right arm or leg and my face felt numb like it was asleep. I went to the ER and they admitted me and did an MRI (5 hours long), a CT scan, and a blood workup. All came back normal with no signs of stroke which is what we were worried about. I left with a referral to see a Neurologist. I saw the Neurologist who put me on Neurontin and said I was having complicated migraines. In the weeks after that my whole body went downhill. There are days when I have so much pain in my legs that I can't walk. They feel like they are asleep and sometimes I get Shock like pain. Some times I lose feeling in my arms and hands or dexterity in my fingers. Sometime it feels like my legs are on fire they burn so bad. My neurologist told me to see a psychatrist (SP). I think he thinks that I am making the whole thing up. I am missing time at work and my life has pretty much shut down because I wake up and don't know if my legs are going to work from one day to the next. The numbness and shock pains have recently started in my upper back as well. Anyone had anything like this before?
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