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Hi, I am a 58 yr old female. I was referred to a clinic specializing in unexplained falls, because over recent months I have fallen several times.
Over the last decade I have had spells of absolute fatigue lasting from a few hours to a few days. Also dizzy spells, numbness, brain fog, constipation, weakness in legs and arms. I have osteoarthritis and received therapy for PTSD and clinical depression for three years.
Most of the symptoms have been put down to the depression or trapped nerves in my neck, I have cervical spondylosis. But the MRI the specialist requested revealed thin myelin in brain. I see the specialist on 10th Jan but am very anxious to know one way or the other.
DO YOU THINK I HAVE MS?
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