Thanks for the reply 🙂
I can understand that kind of relief, for sure. I have been waiting so long just for an appointment I have been mentally preparing myself a bit, but also know that I cannot really prepare myself for how I will actually feel! I know I will be incredibly frustrated if I don’t get any answers again.
Have been experiencing lots of spasms and tingling today.
It would be good to be able to explain to my students what on earth is happening to their teacher when my symptoms are worse and they notice. They were noticing in those weeks when it was really intense. My brain fog was much worse and my speech was affected and my cognition and motor function sort of went a bit haywire. When I wrote my initial post I forgot about the speech and cognitive stuff I had going on at that time. It was scary really.
What symptoms did you have prior to diagnosis??