What genetic diseases affecting men and women have same symptoms as MS, except for the brain/spinal lesions. Also have female facial hair, PCOS alleged, PMDD alleged, strong pain in liver area but extreme nerve, bone, and muscular pain all over. Nerve pain, sharp eye pain worst after exercise. Light, sound, temperature, touch, stress hypersensitive. Moderate global hypoperfusion brain. Pneumonia history. Lyme/bartonella/Anaplasmosis history/diagnosis 30 years after symptoms started. Bile found in a lower GI. Diagnosed gasterparasis, recent diabetes. Now 47 years old. Tremors, fatigue, weakness etc started 7 years old. Spasticity, and all other MS symptoms. Affecting right side of body profoundly worse than left. Hormones test fine usually, ok thyroid, cortisol, nerve conduction studies. slightly elevated CRT and inflammatory markers. No fever. Thank you for your help.
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It is difficult to give a diagnosis without a clinical exam. However your symptoms can be due to fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome. These can also be symptoms of complicated migraine.
I would suggest you to consult an experienced neurologist about it as soon as possible. Take care!
Thank you for your response. The symptoms of MS include spasticity, trembling, as well as light, sound, touch, smell hpersenitivity. I do not believe fibromyalgia or chronic pain or migraine include spaticity, loose teeth, incontinentence, respiratory suppression, swallowing difficulties, or the multitude of other symptoms of MS or MS like diseases. Although, I imagine many serious illness do cause muscle-like pain, fibromyalgia, or chronic pain. But I do not consider those as a true diagnosis. I have seen neurologists. Just the wrong ones.I like people that say they don't know the answer when they don't know the answer, rather than make up an ambiguous diagnosis that does not resolve anything. Although, I would prefer to find someone that does indeed KNOW the answer. I am not asking for a professional diagnosis over the internet. I do not even care whether you are a doctor or not. I want intellighent, medically knowledgeable person with common sense problem solving skills. I am asking for thoughts, ideas, hunches that would help lead me in the right direction. This is not the 'standard' medical complaint. This is NOT: cancer, lupus, soley migraine, fllu, pneumonia, solely psychological, rheu. arthritis, etc. The symptoms of MS I am referring to can be found on the www.patientslikeme.org website, under 'MS', 'Symptoms'. Why would someone break out into a sweat upon any bodily sensation or function. This includes the need to go to the bathroom before one is consciously aware they need to go? Or sweating upon turning up the volume of music, hearing a car horn, being hungry as well as under general psych stress, ....??
Thank you for your assistance.
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