My GP referred me to a neurology due to positive Romberg, equivocal Babinski and an intention tremor, which is getting worse. I have been having severe tingling in my legs for months. Recently, the pain in my legs is terrible at night, and my right eye goes blurry with heat. Are you aware of any neurological condition that these symptoms could relate? Could it be multiple sclerosis? Around six years ago, I had an MRI and was diagnosed to have essential tremor.
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1. MRI whole spine.
2. NCV of all four limbs (nerve conduction velocity).
3. Serum vitamin B12.
4. T3, T4 and TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone).
Spinocerebellar ataxia.Regarding follow up:
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