Over the past couple of months or so, I have been enjoying that fact that many of my neuro symptoms had subsided, and, in fact, were hardly noticeable over the past 3-4 weeks. I still have the constant imbalance/vertigo and debilitating fatigue, but not a lot of the other annoying, scary, debilitating stuff.
However, over the last couple of days it seems that all this stuff is gradually creeping back in. This is especially noticeable in my legs, especially on my ‘bad’ (right) side.
Over the last few days I have also had a few ‘brain somersault’ moments…not sure how to describe these, but it feels just like my brain has done a complete somersault in my head. These leave me feeling very weird, ‘out of it’ and generally horrible. I also seem to be even more fatigued than usual, if that’s possible.
Anyway, last night as I was getting ready to go to bed I had another one of these funny ‘somersault’ events, which left me feeling really horrible. I had to sit down quickly and could only sit, staring into space for about 5 minutes before I felt ready to move. Once I did move, my right leg felt really numb, tingly, heavy and just weird…almost as if it wasn’t my leg but a false one! I went to bed feeling a little weird and even more imbalanced than normal. I noticed that the numb/tingly/weird feeling didn’t go away, but spread to the whole of my right side from my shoulder down. I had numbness, tingling, cold feeling on the whole of the right hand side of my back, my right arm, my right leg and everywhere else in between (!).
I have woken up this morning and my right arm and leg still feel very ‘floaty’, heavy, tingly, numb and just not right. I feel exhausted and very imbalanced.
I’m scared I may have had a stroke, but don’t want to make a fuss or worry anyone. I did notice that I was struggling to speak clearly on and off during the evening yesterday, but just put this down to the normal fatigue.
Not really sure why I’ve posted this…I think I just feel rubbish and don’t want to worry my wonderfu hubby on his day off, so thought I’d bore you lot with my woes instead!
Oh, by the way…I’m not dx (all tests ‘normal’) but do seem to follow a RR pattern most of the time with the neuro stuff.