having really bad headaches numbness x tingling all down left side x right leg swollen right arm sore x numbness had mri shows extensive bilateral deep white matter high signal lesions in the centrum semiovale x corona radiate also getting more pain x numbness eyes are blurry x see floaters been hos they said i have stigmas x poor eyesight nexk x back painful got weird feeling in side of head fells like my brain is vibrating x moving waiting to see neurologists had ct scan whiched shows suspicious areas of ischemia only 39 feel like 80yrs old getting more things going wrong what is wrong everything aches x numbness x tingling getting worse please help
this is the third time I receive from you the same case context. Please take in consideration multiple sclerosis. And if not done yet do a brain MRI with Gadolinium injection to rule out other type of problems
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