Does anyone experience brain shocks? I've been experiencing them for over 10 years now, usually right before I go to sleep, but sometimes not. Is this a sign of MS? I'm just putting the dots together now. I have been diagnosed with FMS and I do fall into most of those categories, but the past I would say--sixth months have really taken a toll on my health--from shaking hands (only occasionally) to tingling and numb limbs, to slow and slurry speech or speech that I just can't seem to get out of my mouth, etc. I think I have MS and my bloodwork all came back negative for anything out of the ordinary, like type II Diabetes that can also cause neuropathy.
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