jml945 wrote:I guess the only good part about my symptoms getting progressively worse is that at some point there will be some visible symptoms that doctors simply cannot ignore and dismiss as "anxiety".
I will try to give as many updates in the coming months as possible.
Loobie wrote:One other thing is to see a physiatrist. Not a psychiatrist, that wasn't a misspell. They can do an EMG on you where they can see if you have slow nerve conduction and whether or not you have central nerve damage (probably MS or something), or peripheral nerve damage (something like a pinched nerve or something like that).
Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) or physiatry (pronounced /fɨˈzaɪ.ətri/), or rehabilitation medicine, is a branch of medicine which aims to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to those with physical impairments or disabilities. A physician who has completed training in this field is referred to as a physiatrist or rehab medicine specialist ... Physiatrists specialize in restoring optimal function to people with injuries to the muscles, bones, tissues, and nervous system (such as stroke patients).
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