Is it MS or something else
I'm newly diagnosed with MS and am not sure, sometimes what is MS and what is something else. Recently, I work up in extreme pain, like I haven't felt in YEARS. No fever. When I felt like I was burning up, my temp was 96. I had vertigo and was scared to death. No nauseous or yummy problems. It lasted about 12 hours and gradually got better. About 24 hrs in all. I called th Dr to see if icould be side effects and he said it was probably a virus and not medss. Here's my question. Does MS, alone, behave like this, does MS make a "Little virus "that helacious or was it a fluke? Just don't know what's what anymore.
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