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Diagnosed with fibromyalgia, have deeper voice, multiple nodules on thyroid scan, severe throat pain. MS symptoms?

I have recently been diagnosed with fybromyalgia and been told that my neuro believes a ms diagnosis will follow. I have multiple nodules on my thyroid scan and a much deeper voice, but in the last 3 weeks I am feeling a lot of pain in my throat and having difficulty swallowing and bad reflux also. Could this be related to the ms symptoms and should I book an earlier appt with my neuro. Any suggestions what could help?
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Multiple sclerosis can present with different neurological symptoms at different times of the individual, a single symptom itself is insufficient to make the diagnosis.

Having said that your symptoms do not point towards MS in any way.

Majority of cases of MS have a much longer history of varied symptoms.

Answered: Tue, 27 Aug 2013
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