Symptoms: severe hypoglocemia, high BP, arterial blockage in calf muscles, areterial blockage in left carotid artery in neck, hand tremors. muscle twitch in calves, occasional blurred vision is left eye. three bouts of paratial paralysis from age beginning at 16. Now 23 years old.
Most docs have said these symptoms must have a neurological origin. MRIs have been ordered and probably a spinal tap. The first episode at 16 lead doctors to believe it was MS but test did not prove that out and symptoms have not been constant. Only recently has the blood sugar issue begun, hand tremors, and blurred vision. Very scary for an otherwise healthy young man.
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