Hi Maureen... I'm in north Italy which I like pretty well. September is a really great time to visit. The crowds are thinning out, but it's still nice and warm.
The diagnosis process can be crazy and overwhelming enough without doctors taking back their diagnosis. I hope you get some solid answers soon. Keep in touch and let me know how it goes. Hugs,
Hi Maureen! Yes it is part of my MS. I have secondary progressive MS and Trigeminal Neuralgia is one of my symptoms. Every time I have an ice pick type pain in either of my temples, my right eye droops according to how bad the pain is...i.e. The worse the pain, the worse the droop! I hope you get some answers soon my dear, being in limbo land really stinks!
Hi again :), the best info about ms and stuff related to the diagnoses you would get by looking at the "Health Pages". If you go to the MS community it is on the right side, under the text "most review´d health pages". I have read almost all of them :). My best, Dagun
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