My husband just got finished scapping me off the ground in a Sam's Club parking lot. I've had trouble walking all week, very heavy feeling in legs, numbness in feet, and tingling sensations in both (symptoms also in arms and hands, worse on the right side). Trouble with blurred vision as well. I'm on Copaxone and had been doing much better. Is this just the way it's going to be? I'm tired of people making cracks about my "drunken stupor" I'm tired of having to concentrate soooo hard on walking from point a to point b!
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