Hello I have not yet been told i for sure have ms but i have been going thru alot of the symptoms fora little less than two years now 3 days after i had my daughter i had stroke like symptoms which were whole body numb slurred speech blurred spotted vision the doctors thought and told me it was a stroke because my BP was 100 and something over 120..... in this last almost 2 years i have had 5 attacks and it just seems to be getting worse now after this last attack i have some kind of symptom everyday. if i get hot i vomit without warning. I have alot of pain weakness and what feels like soreness from a charlie horse in my leg/s 2 to 3 days out of each week. I have alot of mid upper back pain so bad it takes my breath away i was seen by a urologist because my docter thought he would help and after a bunch of test they found nothing that could be causing my pain but did fined out that after having my urerthra stretched twice that my bladder will not empty its self and i have times where i feel i have to pee and try to go and i cant other times i have to pee 24/7 i can go and 5 mins later have to go again. it seems like it keeps getting worse. i have paing thats burning numb to touch and is painfull that comes and goes in my hand and left arm it makes me what to cry feels like im being stabbed. i also never feel like i sleep im always so tired......... i dont think in the past two years a day has went by that i feel great........ does this seem like ms or does it look like something else..... and i take pain med. and it doesnt really help also have shocking pains that shoot in my back and if i turn my head sometimes it feels like lightening struck me and feels like blood is running down my back? some please help i have to wait 2 months for my dr appt.View Thread
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