Ha, I've had weird sensations for so long now, they're becoming 'normal'. Recently, I've seen the funny side of things which I could never have envisualised. I've noticed the last couple of weeks I've been typing 'f's in in inappropriate places. It's only today I realized why. I rest my fingers on the keyboard as I'm a typist, and my 'devil' finger rests on the f key. So it must be twitching and pressing the f key uncontrollably.
On the way to school my friend laughs that I keep 'pushing' her or my daughter into the gutter, when I have my dizzy head.
My memory is laughable too. When I told my son he had Maths, English and Sausages next day, instead of Science - well, you have to laugh, or you'd cry!!!!!!!!!
Tonight I stood at the school gate and went so dizzy I had to grab hold of my friend's arm - it soon passed, and she made a joke about having to give me a fireman's lift home.
So, I'm feeling a bit emotional really. Still don't have my answers, but symptoms flaring - just pleased I don't have my REALLY dizzy head and rumbling tinnitus I had a couple of years back - at least I can KIND OF function.
My muscles are jumping so badly todayf that my sonf can even see them from about 8 feet away - my arms are going mad. So, at least my symptoms are becoming visible. Don't know if that's a good or bad thing haha.
Sorry for rambling. fJust wanted to get it off my chest. And I've left the f's in to illustrate my point.
I'VE HAD LEFT ARM WEAKNESS FOR A DEW DAYS NOW AND YESTERDAY, I NOTICED MY TONGUE WAS MOVING ABOUT OF IT'S OWN ACCORD AND I ALSO HAD DIFFICULTY POKING MY TONGUE OUT ON COMMAND.
I LOOKED IN THE MIRROR TODAY AND I COULD CLEARLY SEE MY TONGUE WRITHING ABOUT. I ALSO NOTICED THAT OTHER PARTS OF MY BODY WERE JUMPING AROUND AT THE SAME TIME.
MY BODY (LEGS MOSTLY) MOVE AROUND ALOT ANYWAY, BUT IT SEEMED REALLY ODD WHEN I WAS POKING MY TONGUE OUT????
SUGGESTIONS ON A POST CARD PLEASE!
Not uncommonly, we sometimes get referred to neuros who are not specialised in MS. This can lead to delayed DX's or even to dismissal of the idea that it might be MS.
Ideally, when asking for a referral to a neuro, we should ask for a neuro who specialises in MS. The MS Trust has a list of MS specialists in various areas, including MS nurses and physiotherapists, which you can find here: http://www.mstrust.org.uk/information/centres/
Hi can some one please tell me what word confusion is as i have read this on a few posts and have recently had problems with my words and was wondering if it is word confusion as i am trying to gather all info on my symptoms before i see my neuro
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