thequietlady 10/03/18
Last reply 4 months ago
Hello I am back!

Hi, I am back here after a tough few months, maybe not MS-related but I am still having the numbness and tingling in my legs and still waiting to see the neurologist again!

In January we had an attempted break-in and then 2 weeks later I felt dizzy and fell down twice in the house.. this led to an agonising long time in the A&E and diagnosis of a hairline fracture in my foot. I have been discharged by the fracture clinic this week but my ankle is a bit swollen and painful after a trip to Aldi yesterday. But I was desperate to get out!

So just thinking about my health as I was diagnosed with osteoporosis in my 30s and need to take better care of myself. Was the dizzy spell related to epilepsy, as I have had partial fits in the past but it has been controlled by tablets. And I am going through the perimenopause now as well!

Anyway I am back as I know that people here can recognise living with different conditions! I like the new look of the website by the way.

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stumbler
4 months ago

Hi and welcome back, @thequietlady .

You have been in the wars, haven’t you? Don’t discount stress as a contributory factor, as that attempted break-in must have upped your levels.

We all have to learn the lesson that we have to be careful. Less haste, more speed…… 😉

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