About 17 years ago I was walking home. I came to a bridge and froze couldn't cross it at all. I turned around and crossed the tracks instead. All the time I was walking I felt like I was going to faint. About 6 weeks later I felt fine and could walk again. In those 6 weeks when I did walk the ground looked like it was coming up to meet me or everything looked sideways. I finally got over it and then it hit me again. I was walking to my car and felt lightheaded. When I did make it to my car my legs were shaky. This happens quite frequently now. I thought maybe I was having anxiety attacks. I have went and had so many test done. My last MRI did show spots on the brain. I have two tarlov cyst on spine. Just had MRI done on neck due to pain. I have had twiches especially eye. I have had burning sensation on skin. Legs have gone numb. My neurologist thinks I might have had a light stroke. One side of my face droops. When the doctors test me and I have strenght in my limbs they say I don't have MS. I had an ENG a few years back and failed it. The doctor figured I would flunk it because I wear hearing aides. I have had blurred vision. At times I feel that I'm tripping over my own feet. When I was younger I fell quite often. I have no tolerance to the cold now. I use to be a very warm blooded person until a few years back. I freeze constantly even in the summer. At one of my MRI the tech even mentioned about my poor walking gait. I can not look up when walking. If I look up at the sky, ceiling or whatever I look at I get very dizzy. I have been battling this for years with no answers.
Thanks for listening.