MS has been affecting me for some time. I wasn't sure where the urinary and sensation issue came from, and as a Physician, I wrote allot of things of as "tired". when I started testosterone therapy to bring "life" BACK, my levels varied by the week. When a MRI of my pituitary gland was run, to check it, saying my personal Physician was surprised, not to mention me, was an understatement.
From that my Neurology consults began as did Urology, endocrinology, orthopedic and others. After THREE second opinions, I was Diagnosed with MS.
The stress of it plus a full time owner muilti-specialty clinic further made me fell worse. Tremors got worse and I excluded from being a surgeon and hence I retired.
Life is what it is and with my amazing, loving wife by my side, I'm ok as far as I can be ok. I never imagined I would be in this place, but a disability is what one makes of it. I will never give up and never again will I take life for granted as I did so many years. One is to look at one's life a new beginning every day. One must never lay and fester, wallowing in the "why me". I know this as I did this many months and saw myself actually worsen. So why not me, I said and I keep going!