As I've mentioned before, I've been having a lot of neurological problems for the past couple of months (well, some of the symptoms started a few years ago.) The neurologist suspected MS, though the MRI came back normal. However, my family doctor still thinks it might be MS since my symptoms are classic.
Anyway, for the past few days, I've been having difficulty swallowing my medications and vitamins. I keep getting choked on them. I've also bitten my tongue until it's covered in sore spots over the last day or two.
I've also had numbness and tingling off and on for years, but last night and today, half my face on the right side, my right arm, and my right leg are all tingling and going numb constantly - much more than previously. I'm also having the buzzing muscles spasms that I've had previously.
I don't have another neurologist appointment until August 9, but my DH has an appointment with our family doctor Thursday. Should I mention this to him during DH's appointment, wait until my neurologist appointment, or what? I don't think it's an emergency, since this has been going on for awhile; it's just the first time though that the numbness and tingling has been so strong on only on one side of my body.
Help! What should I do? All this is scaring me!