I should be able to work this out after 6 1/2 years!
Since 16th June I’ve been very gently spinning - it was initially only noticeable when I sat still or laid down. Now I’m noticing it all the time. I got my younger daughter to video me, so I can look at myself and check! I don’t have any other symptoms.
On 15th June I went on a river cruise with my local MS society. It was a really long day 10-3, but a really lovely day. When I laid down that night I felt I was still on the water (as you do), now I realise it was me spinning.
We went to Spain for half term and it was incredibly stressful and tiring. We stayed with my mum and her partner and that in itself is not easy. She’s hard work. They paid for us to fly there, which of course is so incredibly generous of them, and I think this may have played a part in my trying to put the thought that I might be having a relapse, to the back of my mind. I also wanted the kids and my partner to have a holiday, which we could never afford ourselves.
The night before we came home I got hopelessly tired trying to pack and then fell twice. On our return the spinning maxed out! Sorry for the waffle!! I sent an email to my MS nurse saying I thought I was having a relapse. In the morning I felt better and sent another email saying I thought I wasn’t!!! OMG!
So do I contact the MS nurse again and say is it back on? Or just put it down to stress of the holiday?