Last reply 3 years ago
Let me know your symptoms

I have been putting off going to the doctor about my symptoms because they can mean so many different things.. Could you please share with me your symptoms.
It will be 3 years in June when out of the blue I was exhausted.. Basically could not function. I have worked out my whole life and have not been able to for 3 years, I had nerve pain in my left hip but only at night for about 2 years and it basically went away. Now I have numbness in my feet and hands, aches in my arm muscles and awful tingling sensations in my lower legs

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stumbler
3 years ago

Hi @fabiys21 , I could share my symptoms with you, but it wouldn’t help in your situation.

Self-diagnosis is of no benefit to you, it’s best left to the medical professionals.

You’ve arrived here as your self-diagnostic routines have suggested that you may have MS. That could be right, or it could be horrendously wrong.

The symptoms of MS are shared with various other conditions, which range in severity from a simple vitamin deficiency upwards. And, until you know what the underlying condition is, you won’t be able to adequately address it.

Make a short, concise list of all the symptoms that have troubled you and discuss it with your GP. And, keep the list to hand so that it’s available if you’re referred onto a specialist. 😉


mybrainhurts
3 years ago

I can only agree with @stumbler. Go and see the GP, they can refer you to a specialist who will be able to make an accurate diagnosis – good luck!


hollylb10
3 years ago

I have discovered that there is not much point in comparing symptoms, it only makes you worry more. I feel strange sensations most days, but if they are only small things I just keep them to myself and add them to the list to discuss with my neuro.

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