hi, i'd like to start this by saying that my thoughts about having ms didn't start until I saw my aunt who has ms and is relegated to a walker right now.. which got me worried about what I am experiencing right now.
i am a 22 year old male, just out of college. i will be embarking on my first year of law school next year. about 2 weeks ago i was really badly burned while on senior week. i was already partying heavily and not getting much sleep, so being burned so bad just added to my exhaustion. since my graduation, may 18th, i've just been more tired than usual. i am able to work out everyday with the same regimen, but am very tired afterwards (maybe this is because i just started working out again after a semester of dormancy?). i haven't been outrageously tired, i still am able to accomplish everything i set out to do during the day. i just do not feel as active as i normally am. it's like a bothersome groggy or cloudy feeling that follows me through the day. i don't have any numbness or pain anywhere, just normal tightness from working out (or so i think). i feel like i am having unnecessary anxiety about being ill, and these symptoms could be the accumulation of of stressing about next year and having the illness itself. it could also be that i have this right ear stuffiness that won't go away? i don't know. i can acknowledge that i might have an anxiety disorder or hypochondria, but if i could get any insight whatsoever that would be great. thank you.
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