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MRI, CAT scan, blood test is normal. No reflexes in leg. Increasing leg spasms. Cure for symptoms?

My MRI they said was normal, the bone scan looked fine. No abnormalities was seen in the CAT SCAN and the blood test looked fine. However I have no reflexes at all in my left leg, increasing leg spams that wakes me up at night, a metal right hip that now I must use a cane in the morning when I awake. However the MD says he's giving me the diagnoses MS unless something else arise.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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What reflexes you are looking for, I think the this test has to be done by physician and he will judge the reflexes are absent sluggish or what, you have taken it wrongly, you would have been told by your doctor if it was any thing wrong with you leg in regarding with neurological problem, moreover your all the test turned negative then why you are worrying, just follow the advise of your physician, have nice day
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