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Dr. SH
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I have had ongoing symptoms of weakness in my hands,

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I have had ongoing symptoms of weakness in my hands, clumsiness, inability to make movements such as cupping my hands or turning pages. My feet drag and legs feel heavy, can't walk in a straight line, feel dizzy, have middle back pain, tearing pain in sides, have trouble emptying bladder. My feet tingle, I have pain in my fingers and toes, fatigue, muscle spasms, pain in my eye. Nothing showed up in brain scan, white areas on previous scan. To me these symptoms could be ms, but neurologist didn't suggest spinal tap. Have read that ms lesions may not show up in brain. Feel like everyone thinks I'm hypochondriac.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Neurology
Expert:  Dr. SH replied 1 year ago.

Have you had any blood tests for your problem?

Do you have any other medical problems?

Are you on any medications for anything?

Also mention your age and gender.

Please let me know.

Kind regards