Well i just recently stopped my Copaxon traetment because I was having horrible site reactions and then I had a scary reaction where I couldn't breath, my face went numb, leg twitching, back pain, and I threw up as well. So we threw out Copaxon. But here's the real problem....I don't even know if I have MS!! They started me on Copaxon to see if the lesions on my brain were responding from it. But now since I responded so poorly to the Copaxon we are playing the waiting game AGAIN! I've had the MRI on my brain, and the spinal tap. I'm having a MRI on my spine next month. Is there anything else that you guys know of that helps diagnose MS?? I'm up for any suggestions as of now, I just want to know if thats what i have! The only symptom I have is bad eyesight. But I've had poor eyesight since I was 15. I have retinitis pigmentosa, uveitis, and cataracts in both eyes. But I just recently lost almost complete vision in my right eye. And no one knows why....I've been to more doctors than I can cound, so going to another specialist feels pointless to me, they all say the same thing "Ive never seen a case like this, ur one very unique girl" yea well unique is normally a good thing, in this case I'd rather just be NORMAL! Anyone have any suggestions for me?? Anything would be great!
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