Hi, as I wrote before, I have been recently told by two doctors (family physican and neurologist) that I have the symptoms of MS and that that is the only thing that it could be. My MRI showed scarring on my brain, which alone freaks me out. I go for spinal tap next month. My symptoms are: my legs will go completely out from under me, blurry vision, leg and arm weakness and pain, I "blank" out (I can be driving and think I am on one road, and kindof "wake-up" and be further down the road or on a different road than I thought I was), headaches and unbelievable mood swings (my husband thought I was going crazy!). Getting back to my legs going out from under me. This has not happened at work yet, only at home. It had been happening for about 6 months. I would just be standing there at the refridgerator and down I would go, without any notice. I didn't tell my husband because I am not one to go to the doctor, and frankly, I didn't want to know something was wrong. Then, about two weeks ago, I was standing in the kitchen talking to him and it happened. Believe you me, I was in deep when he found out that wasn't the first or second or third time, etc., that this had happened. I was just wondering if any of you had had your legs go out like that, and have the "blanked-out" stuff? Thanks, Nicole
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