So tomorrow I go to the doc to hopefully get a dx. who knows though. Last time I went, which was in october, he said he was leaning on the side of it not being MS. But if its not, I would like to know what's been causing all my symptoms. I hate going to the doctor and getting the "I don't know what's wrong with you" speech. I've gotten it too many times to count. But this time I can go back with more than just dizzyness when I was stressed and tingling that my neurologist just thought was from meds. So anyway, my question is how did you all react when you were first diagnosed? Relieved to have an answer? scared?
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