Good day everyone. I could just curl up into a ball and cry. Again I went to a new GP because of my flare in symptoms. I have to see psychiatry tomorrow and follow up with neuropsychiatry before they will look into my symptoms any further. I have completed a round of steroids and I remain on neurontin for the tingling sensations. My blood work from March 2014 indicated that I did not have APS, however a previous diagnosis was made in 2007 by my reproductive specialist. I recently had an MRI of my lumbar which was clear of spinal cord compression. Yet I continue to suffer from headaches, foot drop in my left foot with claudication pain and neuropathy and poor circulation, speech difficulty, blurred/double vision, abdominal spasms, pain behind my left eye, chronic back pain. I was once cleared for conversion disorder but the neurologist said those psychiatrists didn't have enough information to clear me. My left foot is in severe pain but no one will address this. I feel like throwing in the towel and just bear with the pains. Sorry so lengthy.
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