I am 33 and have been seen by a Neurologist for 7 years due to symptoms consistent with MS. I do not have MS. I have numbness, tingling, fatigue, heat sensitivity, hyper reflexes, muscle spasms, and was diagnosed this past summer with a Neurogenic bladder (due to frequency (20-30x per day) mild incontinence, and hesitation). A urodynamic study showed a Neurogenic bladder. I was sent to a MS specialist who still follows me but I do not have MS. MRI's are clean, Spinal tap, clean.
A few months back I developed an indentation in my upper hip area that produces pain...it looks like a dent. Now, in recent weeks, it hurts.
I have another symptom that I never really thought about until my boyfriend told me to share. I sweat very little....I mean very little. When I get over heated my face turns red, my temp goes up and I feel very weak. I exercise a great deal and still no sweat - just a tiny bit under my long hair.
Any ideas on what direction to go? Could all these symptoms be related.....
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