Now then. You may remember that I've recently suffered with and beaten HIV and MS (!). However, there is still something left over.
I feel as though I have a constant (from morning to night) tremor in my body, including my eyes. If I look at something, it moves - like my eyes are shaking. It's not much, like a couple of mm either way, but enough that it is starting to knock me off balance.
I have been to see an opthamalogist (I can't spell that!) and he did a very thorough check of my eyes and said everything was fine, save for a tiny bit of nerve damage at the back which most people have.
My entire body has a 'hum' going through it, even if I am relaxed (doing deep-breathing and meditating) and it's always there. The reason I struggle to say it is anxiety is because it's all the time, non-stop, even when I am distracted or not 'thinking about it'. It's not specific to one leg or arm, although my fingers shake and wobble a lot.
I am so paranoid and scared that it may be Parkinsons. I have had this symptom for a long while - first I thought it was a symptom of HIV, then MS - but my MRI came back clear. I spent some time with my neurologist but he spoke to me for about 5 minutes (and then charged me the equivalent of $400 for the job - I'm complaining!) and didn't really reassure me.
Anyone have any thoughts? Thanks :)