I went to my neurologist to learn the results from my MRI. When the neurologist told me I had multiple sclerosis, I started crying since he was the first doctor who did not think I was nuts!The doctor I went to back in IL, made it a practice to say I was imagining all the problems I kept having with my body not acting normally to everyday life events. I would lose feeling in my hands for no visible reason. My body would act as if I had a sunburn when I did not. He seemed to think I was making all my problems up. Watch video in link below
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The funny thing is once I was diagnosed correctly, it seems like all of my female relatives on my mother’s side of the family were diagnosed with multiple sclerosis too! Looking back on our family’s medical history, they should have figured it out a long time ago! I had to move out of state to attend college to learn what was wrong with all of us. If I hadn’t won the scholarship to Southwest Missouri State University, we may have never learned the answers to all our problems.Why do doctors think they have all the answers, when they do not bother to listen to their patients in the first place. My mother was incorrectly diagnosed with the wrong type of thyroid problem, which ended up making her gain weight that she could not control. No matter how many diets the doctors put her on, she continued to gain weight.