My daughter has been having problems with her eyes. She has had blurry vision and even felt like her eye was weak. She described it as a lazy eye. She has also had a bunch of other vague symptoms. She has had tingly numbness in her hands and feet on and off. She gets body aches alot and feels fatigued sometimes. She has always had painful and irregular periods which I think could be endometriosis. After she gave birth to my granddaughter she started having what I think were migraines with eye problems. I am starting to think she may possibly have ms. She is contributing her symptoms to being tired, needing glasses and stress/anxiety. I blamed my symptoms on the same things before my diagnosis. No one else in my family has ever been diagnosed with ms before me. There were two family members(not immediate) who had autoimmune diseases. Should I be concerned? She should be eligible for health insurance some time this month. I advised her to wait until she has that. She is a newly single mother at the age of 21. I hope for her sake it is not ms, but something is not right.
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