Hi I've been looking on this group for a while and debating about posting as I guess I'm just looking for support or advice and didnt want to really bother anyone until I had a definite diagnosis but I am finding things a struggle. Basically it all started a few months back after the birth of my second child I started having extremely dizzy spells where I would feel like I was going to fall whilst sitting down, migraines constantly (I suffer with this on a normal basis) then came the spasms which started first in the left side of my face along with tingly feelings then it was my left big toe moving all on its own, then it started going to my shoulder muscle leg muscles and now travels all around deciding on which muscle wants to spasm on its own these can all last from 10 minutes upto a whole day, have tingly feeling in top back of my head, then its started so I would be holding my son and could see my arms shaking as if im cold when I wasn't then struggling to pick up things off the ground such as a card then pins and needles in my feet then started to feel like my whole body was vibrating, started stumbling into things more and stumbling over my words quite a bit. I spoke to my dr about this back when it was just the dizziness and face tingling and drooping first they thought bells palsy then when the rest of the symptoms came out they've said possibly m s. I've been for one brain scan which only showed up a small colloid cyst nothing else yet they recommended I go for another scan with a dye injected (this was prior to the spasms moving around my body) when I advised my dr of the newer symptoms she now wants me to be referred to a neurologist which I am currently waiting on seeing. I find if im upset or stressed I struggle a lot more to talk ive also had difficulty writing and when I don't have the spasm symptoms it seems as though my dizziness is worse yet when I have the spasms my dizziness seems to disappear im just wondering if anything has had anything similar and if it turned out to be m s as the drs suspect or something different sorry for the long post just looking for some advice. Thanks in advance, Hayley.