Slimslam wrote:Numbness, weakness, tingling, itching, vertigo, fatigue, rib cramps and now this vibration like a tuning fork. All of these come and go. I never now how long the symptoms will last or how severe they will be. Usually I can sleep and rest and can manage but this Summer they just cycle.
Slimslam wrote:Thanks for this information.
I was dx with low b12 and take injections every month for the last year. My Neurologist sent me back to the hematologist to check levels before he would order the MRI. My Hematologist said ( before even ordering the test) that there was no way my symptoms could be B12 related. So I went back to Neurologist for MRI. B12 levels were 427.
I understand that low B-12 can mimic MS. But Can MS cause low B-12?
THX1138 wrote:Not knowing the problem is certainly frustrating.
Possibly ever worse would be to have a diagnosis that not a lot can be done about. Or a diagnosis that, when doctors don't know where to go with diagnosing a new problem, they attribute the symptom to MS, if it seems at all plausible.
In my experience, the diagnosis of MS kind of locks one in a prison where serious attempts to diagnose any new problems are forgone, replaced with the statement, "It's probably your MS."
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