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Eardrum, facial and leg spasms, swallowing difficulty, major anaphalxis allergies, diagnosed as cerebellar ataxia. Family history of MS. Is the diagnosis right?

I AM a 61 year old lady. I have experienced major health problems that have surfaced 10 years ago. My health is poor , major eardrum , facial , leg spasms(left side) Last 2 years major anaphalaxis allergies(60) leaving me at times housebound. Diagnosis cerebellar ataxia howere I always felt it was more autoammune like MS. MS in my family. I also have trouble swallowing weaker left side, dropping left foot & cramping in foot and legs.
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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I can understand this, you seems to have the multiple pathologies some time it difficult to advise such patient those have such big etiologies as long as the diagnosis is concern so after assessing the complete case history and studding all the reports then and then can be said something about the diagnosis form the history given here difficult to say any thing about this, hope this information helps you, bye.
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