Just some brief background. I’m an older teenager who began having symptoms of the Sign a couple days ago. It has gone down a little but definitely is still there, the electronic buzz that goes down my back into my butt, when I put my head into my chest. It doesn’t happen when I put my neck down standing straight up, I must bend my back a little too.
Three weeks ago I was severely sick and dehydrated and vomiting likely from a simple enterovirus.
Now, what are the odds I have MS based on just the Sign? I am getting very very nervous. Too nervous to tell anyone as I am leaving soon and will not have any access to the internet for a few weeks. I could also lose a massive scholarship if diagnosed. Please help, what’s the plan of action to take? Thanks!
I think the odds are low based on what you've described. It actually doesn't sound like you've got the right symptom at all.
It sounds more like a mild impingement.
See what happens if a good osteo or physio does some manipulation.
I don't think you should be as concerned as you are.
Best of luck.
pursue optimal self care at least as actively as a diagnosis
ask for referrals to preventive health care specialists eg dietitians
don't let suboptimal self care muddy any underlying diagnostic picture!
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