I wanted to let you know I am seeing a new neurologist Feb. 5th. I am very nervous today. I woke up at four AM with intense itching of my left arm. It really freaked me out! No rash or redness seen. I am happy to have this forum. It helps me release so much anxiety and most of all frustration. I started the symptom chart yesterday. A wonderful tool to have to show the doctor. I am using the journal too. You guys are a God send to say the least. Much love-- Jamie
Hello Kyle. This will be my second opinion neuro appointment. Being untreated and in limbo is a scarey thing to go through. I am great full to have this community. I can let everything go and i feel like I am not alone. That brings comfort to me.
hi, Jamie. I don't think we have met yet so let me add my hello's. There is lots to be nervous about when our bodies are doing unexplained things - I sure hope this neurologist is ready and willing to sort out your symptoms and give you answers.
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