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saw neurologist yesterday

tammycttammyc Posts: 894
edited 06/11/2012 - 9:00 AM in Lower Back Pain
I put this in the wrong topic forum,but i saw my neurologist on friday. She spent over an hour talking to me about my new symptoms and my medications,how i'm functioning on a daily basis. They did a nerve conduction test before i saw her and i found out that the nerves in my left leg have damage. She's changed my muscle relaxant to cymbalta,hopefully the change will help.She's very concerned about he spasms that i'm having in my spine and she also saw the way my leg twists and how swollen they are. She doing an mri on my brain to rule out MS.Apparently a lot of my symptoms are the same as MS and she's wondering if this is a disease instead of just a spine problem. I'm praying that the mri comes back normal!


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