Hello , My husband in the last year had a few things happen to him . He lost his vison for 5 weeks well he had dobble vison in his eyes . He could not walk with out taking of to one side to this day almost a year later he is still not back to work . The nero doctor said it was not a stroke . So we are letf with all this and we are getting now weres . He see's a ear doctor the end of the month . i KNOW verigo does not last a year . He has trouble sleeping he kicks jumps numb feeling all the time and this went on for years this part . I can't get a doctor to test him for MS just because it's not showing in his brain ??? Can someone tell me what to do ? He has all signs of MS But no one will listen to me.View Thread
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