In 1999 I lost vision in the lower half of only one of my eyes. No doctor could seem to find the cause, and I was given some eye drops and sent home. The vision came back about a week later. Now, 10 years later, I have started to have "vibrating" and blurred vision so bad that my eyes hurt, and extreme pain in my legs when walking, and numbness when Im not walking. I am so fatigued, and I do nothing all day. I have no energy, and I just physcially feel sick and constantly nauseated. I have had an ultrasound done on my legs and nerve tests, and they are all okay. I got an MRI done about two weeks ago, and it showed no lesions, so they said I didnt have MS, even though the symptoms match. I have had tests for Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, and many other tests, but I dont have any of these. My doctor still seems to think that I have MS, but waiting to see what the Neurologist says when I see them next month. I am so tired of feeling like this, and the whole vision thing is really killing me. I have 20/20 vision, and the opthamologist did not see any signs of optic neuritis. No one knows anything. Can someone guide me in a good direction?
Oh, My--MS can be so crafty! It plays such games with us. I know because I have had it 36 years and I have seen much of what it is capable of--but by NO means have I seen it ALL EVEN HAVING DAILY SYMPTOMS FOR ALL 36 years, practically. Don't doubt what you experienc! No One else saw it like you did---no matter how weird. There's lots of nerves in our bodies, and I just always reasoned that MS could attck any particular one and do most anything. Stick to your guns and test test test until they come up with answers. Good luck--let me know if I can encourage you. Cheers, Jane in Indiana
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