I have noticed lately that I am getting spasms in my torso.
It's strange because I have never had any active in that area.
I have been having more bladder issues lately also.
Any correlation or is this just the norm for ms.
Not diagnosed yet but pretty sure that's the problem.
I am laid up today due to heat so have lots of time on my hands, hence all of the posts.
I have this also as do a lot of others here with MS... Bladder issues are definetely common in MS... I hope you feel better soon and I completely understand being laid up due to the heat... I've been cooped up all summer because of it... I'm so ready for some rain and cooler weather...
I have been having issues with my neck being really tight and cramped up to the point that stretching doesn't seem to relax it. I always figured it was stress, but I was wondering today if it is actually a type of spasticity and instead of being in my arms or legs, it's in my neck. Hmm?
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