My husband has been to the doctor theses last 4 months and they are no closer to finding out what is wrong with him his legs and arms go numb his feet burns his back swells and hurts him something teriable his arms tingle his neck is burng and throbing his concentration is interupted he is having cordination problems and trouble seeing dizzy ness and fatigue is it M S they checked him for lime disease they had originaly said something about spinal stenosis he has had 2 steroid treatmengts the first one helped then the symptoms returned so the did a second treatment and he didnt get any better now they have him on an antibiotic to treat for any bacterial infection that could be causing this next they want to test him for rocky mt spotted fever because he had a tick bit last winter in hunting season in the mean time he is getting worseView Thread
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