"......it doesn't mean that your depression is the more likely explanation for your symptoms, your recent behavioural choices and depression would probably not of helped but it may not be the primary cause. " I honestly don't think you should be assuming it's 'definitely neurological' though, for a neurological condition to even be possible, you would at least have some abnormal clinical signs.
It would be in your best interest, to try to be open minded on what might be causing this, when you've had your neurological assessments you'll have a better idea on if it is neurological or something else entirely.
p.s. i have done my blood and urine tests. They are all good.
Thanks for your welcoming and time to read my post.
But i am almost sure that this is not a depression or anxiety. I walked to the shop yesterday and i felt extreme weakness in my right hand and leg, when i came back home it took me hours to sleep to feel stronger.
Of course may it's not MS, maybe i am worying too much but i just can't do normal things through all day and my vision is blurred. It is definately some kind of neurological disease.
But could it be like the first signs of MS?
Thanks again for supporting and giving your time for me!
Hi and welcome,
I noticed that there is only around 3,500 diagnosed with MS in Lithuania, out of a population of over 3 million, just statistically speaking MS would be classed as quite rare in your country, and from that alone MS would be very low on your list of potential causes.
It's not unusual for twins who live together to experience depression at the same time, but you are still individuals and any type of mental health issue you experience, will not be identical to what your twin experiences. Having said that though, it doesn't mean that your depression is the more likely explanation for your symptoms, your recent behavioural choices and depression would probably not of helped but it may not be the primary cause.
You need to keep in mind that there are many conditions, that actually have the same or very similar symptoms to MS, at this stage there is nothing to suggest that this could be a neurological condition like MS. It could be one of the more common causes eg vit B deficientcy, alcohol abuse, thyroid, viral infection, slipped disc etc etc and until you've had some general tests, it would be far too soon to be worrying about neurological conditions like MS.
ps Your English is perfectly fine!
Hi Sandra (?)
I'm new to this forum myself, but I have seen several of the regulars asking people to split their posts into short paragraphs - many find reading a big block of text very difficult.
Sorry I can't answer your query, I was only diagnosed on Sat