I have been suffering from brainfog, fatigue and problems with balance for over a year, then I started getting muscle problems with numbness in my arms, which I put down to stiff neck problems. In sept I felt my eyes were deteriorating and words on screen 'dancing'. I had an eye test in Nov and told I need long and short distance glasses. Balance issues became more noticable and in december 21st, I got severe vertigo when out (floor moving stuff) and this gradually got worse and started to get migraines, non stop, with pain at the back of my neck going into my head and right eye socket. Told I had an inner ear infection, since then given loads of drugs to try including Topamax which made the eye pain far far worse. Referal this week to neurologist as doctor and chiropractor thought it could be MS and he said it was migraines and the lead up was also migraine without the headache. I have never heard of this. I have been absolute knocked for 6 with these symptoms, can't work, can't watch TV, cant use a screen for more than 10 minutes, cant go out as travel makes things worse, as does overhead lighting. I am now on gabapentin which dulls the pain slightly but not much. Can migraines really be this dramatically debilitating and can you get these run up symptoms? He has prescribed betablockers and asprin. Any one else experience this?