I have had the work up for MS the MRI came back as inconclusive, and the spinal tap came back with blood in it and said it was prob due to the spinal tap procedure, so nobody wants to say its MS, but i have significant weakness on my left side, i have alot of memory loss, i amextremely sensitive to the heat. I cant even go into a store fore long because i get hot and then sick, i have had the epstein bar virus for years that flairs up alot. the fatigue is more than i can take sometimes . I read that the Epstein bar virus can bring on MS is that true?i have a SUV andi have lost so much strength in my lt arm and leg that its frustrating. when i go to my Doctor and bring it up she wants me to go to a neurologist, i asked herto do a lupus test because alot os the symtoms are the same. she did and said they were normal. Please give me some advice i also have joint tremors deep in my heart i feel its MS but nobody will diagnose it, Thank you for your timeView Thread
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