I believe I'm a little bit confused on the definition of a relapse. I hear of people having the "buzzing", then I hear of folks having relapses. What exactly is the difference?
Here's my situation. Almost every morning, and many other times throughout the day, I'll get up, after sitting for a period of time, and take a step or two, then my left leg "gives out", not necessarily numb, but it loses its function. I have to quickly sit on the bed/couch/wherever and ride it out. This sensation only lasts for 2-3 minutes, then I'm good to go.
Is this considered the "buzzing", or are these examples of relapses? If this is just the buzzing, that what does a relapse generally
consist of? (I know everyone's example might be different, just trying to get some ideas).
Are these signs/symptoms indicative of RRMS? I just fear in the back of my mind that I may have been misdiagnosed, and my have the progressive MS, since these occurrences are relatively frequent.
Thanks again for all help/info/advice/thoughts/support. I will be giving lots of these thank yous, because when questions arise, I'm gonna ask!! Consider yourselves warned!! Haha.
~Dx'd December 22nd 2009~<br /><strong>Why stress over things that can be changed......Change them! <br />Why stress over things that can't be changed.....You can't!<br /></strong>