So looking for advice by Monday as to what test to look for??Big history of poor immune system lots of colds and flu worst ever last winter a Gp who likes giving antibiotics.October flu injection.December another respiratory infection.Pins and needles right foot goes again.March 2 bad respiratory infections back to back multiple antibiotics.Late April intermittent numb sensation right foot.May intermittent sensation both feet.End May both feet permanently altered signed off work.June fingers tingling and electric sensations. Went to an A&E told I’m imagining it as I’m walking normal.End June electric shock in back of head and down arms.Nerve pain burning sensations all over worse by evening.Feet feel so heavy am walking less.Saw a private Neuro brain cervical and thoracic scan done without contrast said can’t be Ms scan is normal try B12 and up painkillers.B12 level was normal before did injections no result after.Nerve pain gets worse right hand feels weak intermittent pain right eye.Go to a new Dr really listens told her I can’t afford anymore private Neurologists as off work and wages stopped. REFERS me to University hospital Neuro wait is 6-18months. Told to keep ringing try get on cancellation list.Told there’s no cancellation list you will be seen in 6months.Today sore throat eye very sore low back pain and burning everywhere went to A&E of University hospital saw a nice Dr who listened.Advised to come back Monday and he will have a Neurologist see me.
My Big Question what test do i push for Monday? if I don’t get this Neuro to take me seriously I am back in the 6month-18month list I can’t do this as I am at risk of losing job and accommodation without a diagnosis also have gone so bad in 3weeks I am petrified of a 6month wait and in pain with no clue what is wrong with me other than suspecting ms and having a really bad immune system??
What should I look for just can’t mess this up!
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