I’ve explained more fully what is going on for me personally under my previous post ‘utterly fed up with lack of options and nowhere to turn’, and have been updating this as I’ve gotten new info (so I won’t repeat this here). However, today, I’ve had more light-headedness this morning (a previous symptom), and this evening, the light headedness along with my legs not feeling right / mildly numb. Also, my vision seemed slightly blurred again this evening, but unlike in Jan, it seemed to be both eyes (although was very mild and passed very quickly - it’s resolved now). This all seems very fast (see previous post), and I’ve literally just today finished a 5 day course of Steroids. I would of thought things should be on the up, not getting worse - but the Steroids don’t seem to have helped at all. I’m perplexed. What helps, and what am I supposed to do now (again see previous post for more info with what’s been going on with me & my general situation - I apologise, there’s a lot there). I think these are just recurrances of previous things I’ve had, but I’m not sure if that makes them a relapse or not (indeed I haven’t yet recovered from my last relapse, so it’s all a bit muddled). The other thing I’ve had (last week - so during my relapse, but has not recurred today to-date) was right sided facial numbness / change in sensation.
I guess I’ll see what tomorrow brings, and if things are not substantially better, then will have to go back to the GP’s (not that I’m expecting much from them - see previous posts). I think that a lot of mine seems to be tied in with tiredness and stress, but I don’t know what else I can do about these things - they’re a fact of life. Has anyone experienced such a rapid and relentless onslaught of symptoms for such a duration (coming up 2 months now - the rest on my symptoms + history are in my previous post), and then them just completely disappeared and all gone right again, with not many bad relapses in the future? Or is this a general downward trend from here (I know MS is very individualistic and quite unpredictable, but I’d imagine there are certain trends and predictable factors with it).