I am sorry to know about your pain and suffering. Most of your symptoms are related to Multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis causes muscle weakness and nerve damage all over the body. Hoarseness may be caused by neck muscle weakness and paralysis of the vocal fold as a result of multiple sclerosis. Hoarseness may or may not be related to the other symptoms. One of the other causes of hoarseness of voice and severe pain in the back is Aortic dissection. It is a serious condition. The causes of hoarseness not related to back pain are- Vocal cord lesions, allergies, thyroid problems or laryngeal cancer. The causes of back, hip and leg pain may be Sciatica, Nerve injury or compression due to disc protusion, degeneration, herniation or MS itself. Please consult a neurologist for the proper management of symptoms. Hope this helps you. Take care and regards!
Thank you for responding.
The symptoms I mentioned started in 1991..15 years before the MS.
Due to my symptoms I had MRIs of my brain plus a spinal tap to see if I had the protein..the first time in 1993 and again in 1999. I didn't have brain lesions nor the protein
I've had splice MRIs of my entire spine with no herniations or protrusions.
The MS came after I was forced by a healthcare employer to have a measle and mumps vaccine when after a blood test they told me that although I had these childhood diseases I had no antibodies for them. . I also had a three part series of shots for hepatitis