I'm a 20+ year smoker. Last month I started having blurry vision. No matter how many times I blinked I couldn't see clearly. Then a few minutes later it was fine. Then a couple of weeks after that when I woke up I noticed the entire left side of my body was numb. I got up and limped to the garage and sat down. The numbness lasted 10 minutes.At other times I got sharp sudden headaches that would last a few seconds then go away. I also have constant numbness in my arms and legs, constant dizziness, occassional nausea,occasional headaches and aches and pains all over my entire body. I sometimes get electric jolts of pain in the upper left side of my back. All my labs are negative, accept I'm seriously vitamin D deficient and my red and white blood count are low. If my MRI comes back negative I will be at a loss for words. Can I still have Multiple Sclerosis even though my labs were negative?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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