A little over a year ago while I was finishing my last year of college, I started to notice involuntary twitching in both of my legs. The first sensation that came over me was an overwhelming amount of fear. I was born with a mild form of Spina Bifida and I've been able to function normal my whole life. I knew something wasn't right when I noticed the twitching. I did the worst thing I could have done by trying to find the problem on the internet. That just made the fear worse and my anxiety shot through the roof. I was afraid I had a life-threatening disease. I went to my neurologist and he just dismissed it as a tethered spinal cord. I still wasn't convinced, but in March I had spinal cord de-tethering surgery. The surgery did relieve a few symptoms I was experiencing. However, anxiety about my health did not change. Right before graduation, I started to feel a funny sensation in my arms. Of course, the fear overtook me. I not only had anxiety about my health, the pressure to graduate, find a job, and find a place to live etc. Needless to say, I was a mess. That funny sensation never went away, but I continued to try and dismiss it. Fast forward to today, I have been experiencing mild twitching, weakness, and lack of stamina in my upper back and my arms for approximately the last three months. I have made an appointment to see a neurologist next week. I believe our God can do all things and therefore I believe in the power of prayer. Thank you all for your prayers.