Almost 8 yrs ago i was diagnosed with RT eye optic neuritis
Now as of April 2007 i was treated for lyme
A LP showed 3 oligoclonal banding
MRI showed nothing except for a very sm lesion on my lower spine
which Dr's say is not related?
I have all spasticity and extremity tingling weakness loss of sensation
bladder issues and the list goes on....
I have seen every possible dr and yet all i get is more meds i take about 10 pills a day.
What now im still in pain and yet i have no diagnosis??????????
I have a 3yr and i just can't keep up
thankyou in advance
Im going crazy...well not really
What should i do where should i go for help?
While you're waiting for Dr. Kantor to make this house call, I have a quick question - have you had a repeat MRI or was it just one? I ask because I understand sometimes it takes a while for those pesky lesions to make themselves visible ....
I hope the doctor can give you some clues as to what to do next - you've waited long enough.
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