At the first time I was diagnosed with MS I was in a fog.

My neurologist said he was going to run a series of tests to get baseline of my symptoms to start.

He did the Ocular test looking for problems in my eyes, then we switched over to device that checked the electrical impulse in hand and if I contradicted when he gave me the right impulse(not Fun).This was back in 2003 in NYC, after showing signs motor controls was off and I would partially vision in my left eye just a grayish haze.

After my initial diagnosis I didn't have those types of problem happening right then so I did't worry about.

1 year later I moved from NYC to Charlotte NC and found an excellent young Neurologist I brought all medical records that he worked on in NY and she looked at and quickly after her test to confirm. This has been uphill

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