I just saw your post. Your and my symptoms are VERY much alike and I'm scared to death. My symptoms started after a very stressful year. At first I was told I had gastroparesis, than I was told, no it was my gallbladder. Had that removed in January 2010. Then, in March I started have the tingling, twitching, vibrations, etc. All my docs told me it was anxiety. During the course of this, one doc sent me to UCSF MS department to rule out early MS. Anyway, had an MRI. While waiting for results, finally started taking Prozac because I was SOOOOO stressed out and depressed about the symptoms and very scared. I had been on a short course of taking Reglan after my surgery, so I thought I'd given myself Tardive Dyskinesia. Anyway, the tingling, etc went away but the Prozac gave me major acid reflux so I went off the drug. My tingling is stilll there but barely noticable. I do not have gastroparesis or tardive dyskinesia, thank goodness.
Two days ago, I finally go for my MRI results and to my surprise, I had 20 lesions on my brain. The lesions aren't in the "normal" area that they see them for MS and I don't show many other signs (weakness, vision, etc.), so they aren't sure what is wrong. I will be having a lumbar puncture and c-spine mri and a couple of other tests and they are doing a bunch of bloodwork. I have to say, I'm pretty much freaking out. Up until last year, I was very healthy, I eat healty and workout regularly. Now I'm crying all the time and so scared about what my future holds. I'm a fit 48 year old female. I really don't remember much of what was said during my appointment because I was sure that it was going to be normal because my symptoms pretty much went away after my anxiety got under control. So, to hear that it wasn't normal really shocked me and I didn't know what questions to ask, etc.
Since our stories are so similiar, can you keep me updated on how you are doing please. I am scheduled for a my spinal MRI on September 2nd, 2010. Seems so far away. I you want to keep in-touch with each other, I would love that. I am in Northern California.