About Me: Male, 48, Lexington, KY, member since Oct 2012
I am a 46 year old male in Lexington,Ky. It has been about 10 years since I was first diagnosed with panic disorder and bipolar disorder. Recently I have had many symptoms of multiple sclerosis but the doctors say they cannot find any proof. I have so many of the sym
[More]ptoms of ms that it is astounding yet they still will not diagnose it because they do not have proof. My current medical record reads "unknown neurological syndrome". The day I did not know what ms was and came home and read about it was just astounding. It was like, man I am doing all of these things. I am having all of these problems some that I had not even mentioned to the doctor, some that were possibly misdiagnosed. Also even though I have considered myself to be a successful person in dealing with panic disorder, in the last year it has gotten so much worse that I have applied for social security disability. Wish me luck on that.
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