Our expert says:
Well, any such possibilities are naturally alarming, but I believe that it is always better to find out precisely what is going on --- it may be hard to cope with the prospect of a long-term or disabling illness, but it is impossible to cope with a nameless, faceles fear because one doesn't know what it is or what is posible to do about it.
MS isn't common in SA, so it may be something else, but a neurologist would be best able to clarify this, and to explain to you, whatever it turns out to be.
I suppose it is possible that in some way past overdoses could be part of the problem, but it doesn't seem likely --- whatever harm they do, with most types of meds, they do rapidly, rather than months and years latr.
Be srong, be brave, and let us know in time what the neurologist says. GOod luck !
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