Could do with some advice

Hi all,

Been reading some of the threads and really glad I found you! Not sure what I’m looking for but take your pick from help/advice/reassurance

To give a brief background - I’m 38 and I suffered an ischaemic stroke 2 years ago, have recovered well but started having every kind of headache imaginable earlier this year and (worried it was a warning sign of another impending brain meltdown) went to GP who referred me to neurologist. Neurologist sent me for blood tests and requested an MRI which was done today on brain and neck. Since I saw the neurologist - about 4 weeks ago now - I feel like I’m falling apart, I’ve had all of the following since I saw him (some of which I had following the stroke but had been clear of for about 18 months) :-

Night time muscle spasms in right leg/hip (had following stroke) pulling knee up towards chest, only at night when I go to bed

Tightness in right shoulder (had post-stroke spasms here too but just feels tight at the minute without developing into spasm)

Drop foot (right foot) and general clumsiness

Fatigue and concentration problems

Burning pain in right hip (had on and off since stroke)

Wild extremes of emotion and easily moved to tears

A lot of these seem to be present in cases of MS? Is it worth asking the neurologist to investigate the possibility of MS when I see him again, or is it better to say nothing rather than focussing his attention on something that may be a wild goose chase? I’m so so tired and devastated that after final starting to feel like my old self post-stroke I all of a sudden feel like I’ve slipped back 18 months :frowning: