I have yet one more disease that I know I must have.
I have a new fear of having MS. This started worrying me about 3 days ago...when my left forearm to my palm started feeling kind of sore and tight at the same time. Now I didn't think anything of it, but last night I was sitting on my head with my foot bending on the floor a little. I had a terrible shooting pain in my foot when that happened for a few seconds. I moved it back to normal and the pain went away...and in addition to that, I had a feeling of fullness in my lower right leg (same leg as the foot pain).
Now the leg discomfort has gotten better since last night, but I still have the forearm soreness. But what concerns me is about 1 year ago, I was having terrible pain behind both of my eyes, at different times. I thought it was optic neuritis or something, and I went to the doctor about it, and she examined my eyes and said that my eyes were fine. She did the neurological test for me too, and said I seemed fine. I also had gait issues, and some memory troubles, and I felt that I was going to lose my vision, like it felt like it was going to be cloudy, but it never did. I would also have a tingling sensation around my whole head, that would last for a few seconds, like something was crawling on my scalp almost. Since the eye pain stopped, those did too. I'm scared because I didn't connect those problems with the possibility of having MS. I'm so scared that I have it because I'm 20 years old. That's the beginning age of normal incidence I guess.
I don't have any gait problems, and my memory is alright I guess, but from time to time I'll have the occasional thought loss. My eye pain hasn't bothered me in almost a year maybe 9 or 10 months I would say, along with anything else I listed. It's just this new arm pain that worries me, because since the other symptoms stopped, I wasn't worried about it.
I should also mention that when I'm pouring coffee at my work, my hand shakes sometimes, like I have a tremor. It's not a full on muscle jerk, but it concerns me. That has been happening for I would say before the eye pain, and that comes and goes.