I do mean Multiple Sclerosis and I feel delicate, I feel not off balance exactly but I can feel movement, bit like swaying, but not dizzy, and I have felt like this since my first attack back in dec 2010' I was in hospital for tests etc but I wasn't treated for ms symptom which was loss of co-ordination on my right side, they thought I'd had a stroke, but MRI showed this was not the case and symptoms went back to normal about 24hrs after admission, I was kept in due to high calcium found in my blood,it was later found that I had a benign turmor on my parathyroid which was operated on in jan of that year. Oh also whilst I was in hospital I had a lumbar punter which revealed that I had the clinical make-up possibly for ms to develop in the furture, but on the other hand I may not.
When I saw my neurologist months later I voiced my concerns about this feeling I had and he said straightaway that is was noting to do with ms but that I had silent migraine, the back of my head also felt very heavy, and I suffered from tension headaches and light sensetivity, he put me on Nortriptlyne, which worked well and now I'm reducing the dose, especially after you mentioned about falling over more when you tried them.
I do feel worse when I'm tired, I was told ms symptoms are worse when tired, but are these ms symptoms or thyroid or menopause or silent migraine, I really don't know.
I would appreciate any advice or opinion you could give me on this.