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... If you folks would be willing to read my saga (sorry itís so long) and give me your thoughts, Iíd appreciate it ! Thank you so much Current Health Issues Narcolepsy Several Rounds of ECT in 2001 Bipolar-Depressive Sleep Apnea Overweight - Female, age 47, height 5í1, weight 165 (2 replies)
... Mine gives me trouble swallowing, speaking, ear pain and numbness, foot drop, leg weakness and heaviness and bladder spasticity. In the beginning, I had few symptoms from these lesions but they steadily have shown more progressive problems associated with them. ... (30 replies)
... Went to a major university hospital in my area, and am now diagnosed after having one clinical attack. ... (2 replies)

... Hey everyone, I have heard and read things online about vitamin D deficiency being linked to MS and was wondering about the validity of this statement. I was recently diagnosed (well for the 2nd time now) with Vit D deficiency. The first doc (about a year ago) told me that "I live in New England" and gave a general statement like this is common in 95% of us new... (9 replies)
... How long did it take for your leg or legs to get back to some normalcy or did they, I am hoping and praying that my leg will come back. It feels like jelly now, and I am starting to have alot of spasms, and what I think are small tremors. ... (6 replies)
Ms?
Feb 12, 2014
... CFS. Soooo...the doc has no clue if this is something new or related to one of those. I last had an MRI about 6 years ago, when all this mess was just starting. ... (1 replies)
Limboland
Aug 7, 2013
... a copay. This symptom went away. About 3 to 4 weeks ago I started getting weakness in my left leg and arm, numbness and tingling in all four extremities, a heaviness and occasional inability to lift my left leg, muscle spasms that feel like Charlie Horses to the extreme but in both calves, thighs and upper arms. ... (9 replies)
... For me, it is a feeling. My limb feels "heavy", which equals weakness. It is clumsy and doesn't operate the same as the other. For example if my leg is weak, the left one may drag...I have holes in my shoes to prove it. ... (3 replies)
... I woke up one morning and found that when I placed my feet on the floor my feet were numb. Went to the bathroom and found my buttocks etc were numb. ... (23 replies)
... you as it seems I too am in a similar situation. I was diagnosed with MS in April, 2009... Was also given literature for MS drug therapy, and advised to choose one that I would like to begin. ... (11 replies)
... ief neurological exam. CT scan showed no abnormalities and ER doc said it might have been a very minor TIA. I was discharged with the notion that this was just one of those things that happen and nobody knows why, told to take aspirin for 2 weeks and follow up with my doctor the next day. ... (11 replies)
... heumatologist who dx Fibro. My family doc isn't totally convinced he is right either. We just keep waiting. I do completely trust my family doc. He has said, one day I will walk in and say something that will make him go AH HA. I now know exactly what the problem is. ... (16 replies)
... I was dx'd with MS over a year ago just about all of my problems are with the left side of my body. The original symptom was a heaviness in my left leg along with numbness on left side and leg. I have trochanteric bursitis in my left hip and the left knee goes out on me at least once a week. ... (0 replies)
... Hello everyone, This is my first time posting to the board and I am new to this whole thing, but I am at my end with the doctors and they are making me feel like I am the crazy one. I was encouraged by those around me to go when they saw daily what was going on, I objected to going because I knew the doctor would tell me it was stress or all in my head.. at anyrate I... (11 replies)


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