I'm a 32 year old wife, mom of 4...(Max,12, Lucy,6, Kirby,4 and Jaycie,2) nurse and cheer coach and most importantly, child of God. I've had tingling and numbness in my legs, face and arms and sore muscles and joints for a year now. Over the past few months I have exper
[More]ienced weakness, dizziness, falls and blurred vision.
I have no diagnosis other than idiopathic neuropathy. The Neuros have not r/o MS yet, so I'm going with that or Lyme Dz, Lupus or mold poisoning. WHO KNOWS!
All I know is I was fine a year ago, and now I can't walk or stand for long periods of time.
I have faith I WILL get a dx, and hopefully SOON!
Hi, just want to let you know that you´re not alone, I understand how frustrating it is to not know what is going on. Conversion disorder is something I don´t "believe" in, I think that when the doctors don´t know what to "do" with us, they either call it Conversion Dis or Fibro. My neuro has not given me that diagnoses yet, but I often think if I would pressure him for answer, he would maybe use it.
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