Once diagnosed, you will lose insurability altogether, so get some now if you can.Julie410 wrote:Hello I am new to this site. I have recently been told by 3 docs that I could have MS. I am 100% sure I do. Although I am shocked it could happen to me (as I am sure everyone thinks this way at beginning) I am just so glad they seem to finally know what is happening. I have done an MRI and now have to go for spinal tap which spinal tap has been my worst fear ever. I don't know why but I am more afraid of the spinal tap then the disease itself. Last year my symptoms were bad tingling hands fingers numbness, weakness all over,heart palpatations, blurred vision, very tired, nausea and just not feeling like myself and just no longer use to the heat. Being outside, taking a hot shower just makes me want to pass out. Most symptoms went away for about 5 months and now they are back in full force. They came back couple months ago. I have lost vision in my left eye 5 6 7 times lost track. Continued blurred vision, and last week double vision for the first time. My right leg and feet wont stop tingling. My neck hurt last year but this year really hurts. The MRI showed optic nerve damage I guess that is consistant with MS. Also my spine MRI shows Spine Arthritis. My Dr. called me with results to save me money for visit (no insurance which is killing me financially). He says my case is a very interesting one whatever that means. He wants to put me on some kind of meds thru IV for couple days. He transferred my case to a neurologist that specializes in MS which they both said today how urgent it was for me to get in and see him but... no call from the new Dr. Guess when you don't have insurance no one is there knocking down your door to help???? Don't know how I am going to continue paying these medical bills! I have already used my bill money with no more money coming in so... very stressed. I just want a final 100% dx and get some kind of help on how to manage this pain in my neck and back and get the tingling to stop in my leg and feet. DOES THIS SOUND LIKE MS TO YOU? It could be brain tumor too right?
want2bike wrote:When you check out symptoms which mimic MS you find lyme disease and mercury poisoning. If you have a mouth full of amalgam(mercury) fillings that could be a problem.
FLJhawk wrote:Just had the last of my amalgam fillings removed yesterday. Don't know if it will help any, but even bounded up mercury can't be good for you. Anyone know of a natural way to help clear out any mercury that I may have ingested as part of the filling removal? (Dentist seemed careful, but there is always a chance I ended swallowing or breathing in a bit of the amalgam dust.)
Users browsing this forum: No registered users