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    • #15755
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      ok, so after a 3 week journey from stepping backwards moving my left knee cap by 4mm, then just the other day falling on my left knee,  and by the next day all knee clunks had gone and pain, yay.  But last night in bed my left leg, starting at the foot and zooming up the whole leg I have developed a leg spasm.  Had a spams every 30 seconds, it was hard to sleep.   After taking an extra sleeping pill which did not help, I got up again a took a couple of disprin.  I fell asleep at last.

      I hope this isn’t a new symptom, I remember before I knew I had MS my left leg would spas out, it was wierd.

      The events that have stopped my knee cluck, I believe my future self set that up for me.  I have seen this type of event happen many times in my life.  I do believe in a past self, a future self , and of course me, here right now in the present.

      I have been waiting for my future self to help me.  She came through, and about time future Jilly

    • #15757
      Debi Wilson
      Member

      Oh no,  yes I hope that’s not a new symptom for you! You don’t need that!

    • #15761
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Your so right Debi, I like my sleep too much.  So far this morning no spasms, seems to only happen we I lie down.  I get grumpy if I can’t sleep.  I was grumpy last night I can tell you lol.

      • #15776
        Debi Wilson
        Member

        I was going to add that yes I think spasms are common with PPMS, that is one of my main symptoms!

    • #15783
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Sorry Debi, that’s no good.  I took 2 disprin last night, no problems,  hopefully it’s all over now.

    • #15809
      Cathy
      Participant

      Hi Jilleen,

      I get leg spasms too and only when laying down. I’m not even sure it’s a spasm, but it only happens in my left leg, from my ankle to my knee. It’s a weird feeling that makes me have to move my leg and stretch it. Five minutes later, it does it again.. very aggravating and can do this for hours. It’s impossible not to move it, literally would make me insane.

    • #15811
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Cathy, yes, it only happens when I go to bed.  Taking 2 disprin before sleep helps stop it.  I can feel it gearing up for a spasm and your right you can’t stop it.  It starts in my left foot too, then charges up my leg, like an uncontrolled  kick.

    • #15870
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      7 days ago (11 Feb 2019) I stopped taking tramadol. The last 3 days I have not been in good spirits.  Needing to be by myself, go to bed for an hour during the day, just want to remove myself from myself.
      Depersonalization can consist of a detachment within the self, regarding one’s mind or body, or being a detached observer of oneself. Subjects feel they have changed and that the world has become vague, less real, lacking in significance or being outside reality while looking in.  Tearing up and depression.  Seeing my doctor tomorrow.

    • #15874
      Jacqueline
      Participant

      Not sure what I have but I call them leg spasms…It is always inside top right leg groin area…thy can just come and go right out of the blue, sometimes I can sense one building up, at other times one will take me by surprise, and by that I mean, I could be taking a step carrying a freshly made hot cup of tea or a plate of food, I will have no warning…I describe these as a buildup, they can lay dormant or they can come alive…

       

      Jackie…

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