I was wondering if anybody here might have the same problems as I do! I have worried myself sick over my problems, thinking it could be cancer, MS, etc. So, back in May I had back issues, so went for an MRI. Results showed some DDD, spondylosis, and two bulging sacs (discs). I was put on naproxen and a couple days later, I was out of pain. Since then, I have had the worst luck. My legs (especially my left one) gets to where it just feels kind of worn out (if that makes since). I get the tingling sensation in both my legs (more the left one) and I also get it in my feet. Sometimes my heels feel like they are burning. My question is could this all be related to my back or does it sound like something else??? I have an appointment next week with my MD, but I was wanting some input of people who might also suffer the same thing. I have a friend who says it might be MS because it affects the left side more than the right. Don't know much about MS, but I am praying to God that it is not MS. Most of my friends and coworkers think its back or nerve related, Please, any feedback would be greatly appreciated!!!!
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