There are various reasons this can occur. A Dr. claimed I had “No fasiculations,” which made me wonder what it meant. I have many nerve vibrations running throughout my body. It started within a year of developing an RX Induced Movement Disorder. The main test is to have a Radiologist order “Clinical Correlation testing.” A technician has to use Medical Grade Sand Paper on your scalp to attach electrodes.
I was only given Orthostatic Tremors at 13 to 14 Hz. It’s supposed to get worse while standing, but my very shaky legs, don’t improve while walking. I’m surprised they didn’t give me Hz readings from near my eyes, one of my worst areas.
I have the same thing. Also going through anxiety. Did it ever stop for you? I hope it was just temporary and you're ok now.
Hello, did you ever figure out what was going on. I feel like I am having the same thing happen to me. I still have yet to find anyone with a direct answer.
Sorry to hear of all the terrible symptoms you've been having.
The MS is plausible, sorry to say. It could also be a pinched nerve in your back or neck...possibly due to the position you sleep in.
I was run through vigorous testing a few years back to test for MS. They have to rule out everything else to determine if it is MS, as there is no single test designed to specifically test for MS.
The ears is Tinnitus. It happens to the best of us. lol!
Ask to be checked for Meniere's Disease...which isn't really a disease at all, but a combination of symptoms pertaining to the ears. This is what I was finally diagnosed with, instead of MS.
Good luck, and let us know how it goes.
In the meantime, if you aren't leary of them, I would suggest a trip to a chiropractor to try and rule out back issues being the cause of the symptoms.
I would really appreciate any feedback. Does this sound like MS? Night time seizures? I'm feeling like this will never end.