On the train/Forever hypo
This morning I was reading the Independent. I picked up a copy in the lounge at Euston. I read an article by Cathy John about coming out (as an MS sufferer).
My symptoms remain mostly invisible to others: pins and needles in the hands, blurred vision, fatigue, muscle weakness and imbalance (I often give a brilliant impression of being drunk when I am not). Prior to being diagnosed the symptoms seemed so negligible, I was convinced I was a raving hypochondriac.It caught my eye. I've been having slight problems with my vision; I have difficulty concentrating. Most telling, I often get pins and needles in my hands and lower arms.
NOTE TO SELF - must get checked out!