At this point it seemed as if the neaurologists were conducting experiments on his wife, offering tidbits of relief through various medications. They didn’t appear to have any clue medically what caused the problems she was having.  

She had been sent there to be tested for Multiple Sclrosis and Parkinson’s Disease. He was very thankful that those tests had come back negative, but couldn’t shake the feeling that they really didn’t know just what was wrong at all. It felt something like taking your car to a mechanic who replaced all the parts in a failing system in your car because they could not make a diagnosis, either by willful or sheer ignorance. 

Her symptoms were especially varied from neuralgia in her legs to slight tremors (at first), to episodes that resembled seizures