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ms and leg bursitis
my neurologist said i might have  mild ms. i had numnes,tingling and burning in my left foot that moved up into my arm and then numbness in my face. my whole left side of my body would be severely in a very bad discomfot. i quit two fast paced jobs because of how bad it made me feel.  the last job that was fast paced made my symtoms really bad but with new ones. i felt some sort of dissiness.when i was in large store things would look really weird, when i would look forward, bot not up close. have 20/20 far away vision. when i would watch tv,it would look like the camera was jumping around. i am taking gapenitn and this has stopped. it would even look like people where moving with miising steps to me and sometimes it would look like their was a trail of the person. i also was having something shift in my forehead and making my eyes open wide and stair away.please give me your opinion on this. i have some severe leg pain sometimes,cramping and hip pain. my neurologist says i have bursitist or something like that in my upper side thigh,causing my leg and hip dicomfot. i do not notice the spots of pain until he pushes very deeply on the spot.last time he made very small bruises, proving his point. do people with ms. suffer from this type of leg pain. please let me know what you thik on this whole topic.
                                                                                      thank you so much
                                                                                      roseanna
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