"I have those too & the opthamologist just called them floaters. I also see liitle lights all the time no matter if my eyes are opened or closed (looks almost like a fuzzy tv screen). I do have a lesion on my optic nerve as well. I hope t..."
I want you to know that I too am having spasms in my toes more regularly. When it hits, I can't even move my foot. It leaves after I remain still and endure the strange feeling. It happens throught the day. Scary because you feel as if you'll brake your toes if you move them too soon.
Just a quick note to say hi! Medhelp blocked your message to me as spam and will not let it open. please resend. I think it was the use of facebook so use FB instead.
Sorry your feeling tired along with the weakness.
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Thank you! I'm glad you're feeling better. Joints are a little sore today. You would think that would make me get off my butt and find a LLMD, lol. I take 2000 IU Vitamin D every morning too, I think it really does help. Hope you have a nice weekend...fall is coming!
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