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2 years ago I had a varicose veins surgery (EVLT) and after a few weeks this is what I got:
-Restless legs and arms during the day...(mostly when watching tv-train-bus etc...
-I sometimes have to stretch a lot
-Muscle twitching or veins all day,in all places...
-Vibrations inside BUT after 2 years they are coming out a little bit,I have a little bit of shaky hands if I want to grasp something.
(not in rest)
-Balance issues,it's like my muscles are to short to walk...??? like a non-visible tremor....
-Sometimes it's like my speech has a tremor too,i I get nervous to speak and words are sometimes coming out the wrong may...(only sometimes)
-My toes and fingertips are numb and I lose grip...
I went to a lot of doctors and they said:No Ms-Parkinson-Als-Lyme-cortisol-all cancers are ruled out etc...so what is going on?
Only thing they said that I have chronic venous insufficiency-RLS and a little bit of stenosis.
When I drink a glass of wine-the shaky hands (I only shaky when I want to reach for something-or when I am typing...and only a little bit...more like finger contractions) are a lot better.
My biggest problem is walking because my feet become numb a lot.
I also buy a lot of shoes...most of them are not good.
When I wear compressing stocks I do feel a lot better.
So...is this a blood circulation problem,RLS or is it MS?
If you have any tips please let me know!
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