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Sporadic migraine minor speech+cognitive impairment minor hallucinations like confusion of surroundings, mild paranoia mood swings occasional lethargy?
Hyperventilation: Breaking a finger is a sudden and painful occurrence. It is likely that at that time you hyperventilated for a while causing the lightheadedness dizziness and confusion. It should have all subsided when you had a chance to relax and have someone take care of your finger. ...Read more
What causes constant headaches, dizziness, numbness, pressure in head, weakness, fatigue, muscles aches, stuttering, brain fog, blurred vision?
Intermittent unilateral goosebumps (right sided), rt sided headaches (temporal). No significant med hx. Worried-non symmetrical nature of goosebumps?
Worsening chronic intermittent episodes of sharp gripping chest pain localized left of sternum with fast heartbeat, SOB, dizziness. Possible cause?
Symptoms: lots of possibilities, see your doc and be evaluated ...Read more
? Brain circulation : Sounds like neurological symptoms. If you are older than 50, get yourself checked to make sure that your brain circulation is healthy and you do not have high blood pressure. Some medicines/drugs can cause similar effects. You need a doctor to check you if these symptoms are not going away! ...Read more
Sudden onset kalidascope vision, dark spot in vision accompanied with sudden irritability, chronic neck pain, dull headaches, all on left side.
Migraine?: All signs of possible migraine headache. Would recommend seeing a headache specialist to see if they may help. Sometimes pain may emanate from the neck and if not better may consider a neck evaluation. Typically though neck pain will not affect the vision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lack of oxygen: In a stroke, brain areas that are essential to function such as language and movement are deprived of oxygen and nutrients. These areas stop functioning soon after blood flow stops. If flow is not restored promptly, these portions of the brain will be permanently damaged. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That may occur: if you are feeling quite overwhelming or if experiencing a panic attac,. ...Read more
Intermittent pain above right hip, sometimes dull other times sharp.
Intermittent fatigue and appetite loss this week.
Today i'm having mild nausea.
MS symptoms?: Leg heaviness can be related to MS, if the MS caused leg weakness once, sometimes the adaptation is to develop increased muscle tone, which can feel like heaviness. You would remember the onset of this symptom very clearly though, it would affect walking. Ice pick headaches are not normally associated with MS, but there is some overlap with trigeminal neuralgia, which can cause similar symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Short of breath: The shortness of breath worries me. I would go seek help immediately. Feel better. ...Read more
Left sided tingling numbness pain weakness. Subarachnoid hemorrhage in 2011 - right sided. MRI MRA clear. Difficulty breathing. Help?
Back pain: Can be because of multiple causes, therefore it can be essential for u to see u pcp for evaluation and work up. ...Read more
Sudden head rush coupled with brief dizziness. Minor headache dry eyes, brain fog afterwards. (normal mri) thoughts?
Sudden low BP: It sounds like your blood pressure is dropping briefly. When this happens, you will get dizzy, possibly get a headache and your brain can feel foggy from a brief lessening of oxygen. With the dry eyes as well, it sounds like you may be dehydrated. You are in a heat wave. Make sure you keep your fluids up. If it worsens, go to the er for IV replenishment. ...Read more
Can typhoid fever cause neurological symptoms such as brain fog, slight memory disturbances, changes in vision, and /or confusion?
Severe headache with occasional lightheadedness, sudden pain through the left arm, numbness in legs?
Radiculopathy and HA: Neck pain and/or pain around the shoulder blades with associated weakness and/or numbness into the shoulder, arm or hand implies a pinched nerve from either arthritis or a ruptured (herniated) disc. May cause muscle tension in neck and "tension" headache. Nonsurgical treatment includes pt (i prefer mckenzie exercises), arthritis meds, and nerve blocks. Surgery if symptoms no better or worsen. ...Read more