I am a 38yo female who up until 3 months ago was in great health. I first presented with "mono=like" symptoms-extreme fatigue, rapid weight loss(unintentional) and fainting. I went to the local walk-in clinic and had blood work and an EKG done, all of which came back fine. I fainted at work and was taken by ambulance to the ER, admitted to the hospital, and had an echo, stress test, and more blood work-all which showed no abnormalities. Now my symptoms include fatigue, tingling in the legs and arms which never goes away, sometimes tingling in the spine, altered gait, loss of balance, loss of coordination, cognitive issues(I sometimes can't come up with words to explain or express what I am thinking or trying to say), urinary frequency, floaters in my field of vision(pretty much constant) and a mild headache(pressure) which never goes away. I just had an MRI of the brain which showed no lesions. I was referred to a neurologist, but in the interim I saw an ENT and he recommended a BAERs test due to my loss of balance after hearing tests were ok and I don't have tinnitus or ear pain. He talked me into putting off the neurology consult until after this test is done. The fatigue has been so bad that I have actually missed work(which astonished all my coworkers--I never am too sick to work).I am frustrated with all of these tests coming up with no answers and emptying my wallet. Has anyone had these symptoms and had a diagnosis, or any ideas on what this could be besides MS? I have done a ton of research online and keep coming back to MS as the probable cause. Anything would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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