I had posted awhile back about my visit to my neurologist and how he didn't think ANYTHING was wrong with me and told me to get some sleep. He based it on the fact that my MRI was normal!! My tingling and jerking has pretty much subsided but I occasionally have the pins and needles effect going on in my legs in various spots. Sometimes feels like I am being stung by a bee! Anyway, I digress. For the last week or so I have been having these pains in my legs that feel like I exercised too much and they just ache. It goes on most of the day at various degrees of intensity but doesn't keep me awake. I thought maybe I pulled something and took ibuphropon(sp?) but that didn't help. I also had one episode, after walking on the treadmill of my leg trembling when I sat down. Walking doesn't seem to make it worse though because I try to walk about 2 miles a day. I guess my question is...could this be another MS symptom, too much walking or just me being anxious? I have been keeping a journal like you all suggested. Do I call the neuro or just talk to my family doc when I see her next week? Thanks for listening and your input!
Hi i am new to this site and was reading ur post. Ur symptoms sound a lot like what my mother and my grandmother have.Fibromyalgia, which is a chronic condition causing pain, stiffness, and tenderness of the muscles, tendons, and joints. Fibromyalgia is also characterized by restless sleep, awakening feeling tired, fatigue, anxiety, depression, and disturbances in bowel function. Fibromyalgia was formerly known as fibrositis.
* i went ahead and looked it up for u, cause i didn't want to give false information, and also i'm not sure if this is true in all cases, but both my mom and my grandmother suffer with this plus both have rheumatoid and chronic fatique syndrome. I really hope this was helpful to you, can u keep me updated, as i just posted about my sypmtoms and how they all lead to MS but my MRI is clear of lesions. thanks*
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