Hi all. This is my first time on here. I’m in my 50s and in limbo land (had my first MRI last week). I started experiencing tingling in both legs and one arm 2 years ago. More recently had tingling, buzzing all over, nonexistent water running down my legs and “insects” crawling all over my shoulders, as well as fatigue, tremor and weakness in my hands and one leg. However, my first possible symptom was vision problems nearly 25 years ago (double vision, nystagmus, oscillopsia) and over the past 20 years I have since had numerous episodes of dizziness, fatigue, tremor etc. Most of my dizziness has been visually induced - walking in busy places, down corridors, travelling by car, using the computer etc. Anyway, although I don’t yet have the results of the MRI, my neuro has referred me to a dizziness physiotherapist to try to reduce the severity. I can normally drive short distances without any problem, provided I am not too tired and have no symptoms when I start the journey. However, I have read that the physiotherapy can initially make things worse. Has anyone experienced this? Should I ask my husband to drive me to and from the clinic (less than 10 minutes away)?
Thanks for any advice, and thank you for all the other posts on here which I have been reading for a couple of months. The forum has been a great help already.