uprightdoc wrote:Interupted, Based on what you told me, you only have possible MS at best. I could get you fixed in no time. You definitely have circulatory problems. You have cervical problems that are affecting the vertebral arteries that enter the brain right where you feel those lumps and bumps that due to muscle tension. I could be wrong but I picture you as on the lean side. Do you have low blood pressure as well? How is your pulse rate?
I have normal blood pressure and a normal pulse every time they are measured. Normal oxygen levels allegedly too (though I really don't feel any of these are ever correct, but obviously they are what they are despite what I feel). That's the thing, every test i've ever has done for anything comes back as fine. Except for the lumbar puncture being positive and a couple of small lesions evident on MRI for confirming MS. Yet i'm oddly more disabled than a lot of seriously disabled people because I can't see properly, don't feel like i'm alive, can't quite get my brain to connect to the rest of me, am very dizzy, have no energy, always feel sick, always have viruses and bugs, and am very very weak.
I would be a little lean and very muscular if it weren't for the fact that i'm a sugar addict and overeat in compensation of fatigue. Thus i'm a fairly normal bodyweight. Not really fat or thin.
Interesting that you mention female problems as I have just found out that I have PCOS, which I didn't know before.
So wow, solid advice in relation to an interesting avenue, thank you. I'm disappointed in myself now that i've never pursued this avenue. It's one of very few that I haven't. Homoeopathy/Reiki/Acupuncture/BFD/Physio/Bowen/Kinesiology/CBT... all tried and failed! If it turns out i've been stuck indoors in pain, dizziness, upset, and sick as a dog for the last 10 years when a visit to a chiro could have sorted me out all along i'll definitely be kicking myself! lol
If having the Lib' procedure doesn't work for me next week, i'll be getting on a plane to see you!