A 41-year-old female asked:
I asked a ? about what would cause numbnessfor 3 months now.. , i have chronic fatigue immune disorder , myofacial pain, lesions on brain, white lymphosite count i's high, nerve damage the list goes on and on .. i've lived in bed for 7 years and keep havi
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Neurology 47 years experience
Challenging: Would consider that you have a more widespread immune disorder, and the "lesions on the brain" may well be quite important. However, you could also be suffering from a disorder such as cadasil or melas, and, based on your info, could consider a vasculitic disorder. Since there are many potential answers, genetic testing, spinal fluid analysis, and additional docs might help.
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