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Tongue fasciculations + bulbar weakness associated with fatigability from eating, prolonged talking/social interactions. Potential causes? Neurologic?
Yes: Many possibilities come to mind but without a physcial exam and good history it is not possible to be sure. I see you have dysautonomia. Your symptoms are not due to that. They may be a form of chorea or an inflammatory process such as can occur after untreated strep infection (i.e. variant of Sydenham chorea) or MS. The fact that you have other neuropathy is concerningThese are only a few of many possibilities, however, so I would make sure that you Take this information to your neurologist right away ...Read more
Yes, anxiety: An anxiety disorder comes without substances like lsd. However, lsd can certainly induce anxiety, paranoia, and a wide variety of other frightening symptoms that "look like" anxiety disorders or even psychosis. The person may be hallucinating and very agitated. These symptoms may persist long after the active drug is out of your system. ...Read more
What are the differences between serotonin syndrome, generalized anxiety, or neurological disorder?
Lots to know: Neurological disorders refer to disorders of the brain, spinal cord and nervous system. Serotonin syndrome is a disorder caused by excessive serotonin throughout the body resulting in a variety of physical and psychological symptoms. It is most often due to excess medication. Generalized anxiety disorder is excessive, pervasive and persistent worry resulting in impairment in ability to function. ...Read more
Could there be a connection between epilepsy (tle) and attention deficit disorder? Memory problems? Social anxiety?
Yes for memory : I have not been able to come up with any literature suggesting that tle causes social anxiety disorder or add. Memory problems have been commonly reported, even rather marked episodes of amnesia. I even have met two people with tle and did, but the did was very simple, not complex, and went away with the addition of tegretol. One of the individuals wanted his other alter back because that was part of his mind that knew how to do math. Tegretol was therefore stopped and he opted to live his life in a dyadic mode. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: Neurologic paraneoplastic syndromes are caused by an abnormal immune response to the tumor, which makes the body accidentally attack its own nervous tissue. Muscle weakness, stiff limbs, dizziness, coordination problems, vision problems, confusion, difficulty swallowing, memory problems and numbness are some of the many possible symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: If you go to this website, it will answer your questions in a more complete fashion than i can do here. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. ...Read more
Maternally derived: Mutations in mitochondrial dna cause defective energy production impacting cell function in the 65 known mitochondrial disorders.Muscle weakness occurs in all;blindness, & deafness in some. A progressive neurological disorder with developmental regression with or without autistic behaviors occurs in some types. Some organs may be affected & not others. Mother may be unaffected or mildly affected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which one ? : Duchenne muscular dystrophy certainly can be accompanied by brain malformations, seizures, intellectual disability, adhd, learning disabilities ( if iq is average or above), behavior problems & more. . Some are & some aren't. Since you didn't specify, here's the mda's list with info about each type: http://mda.Org/publications/teachers-guide/neuromuscular-disease-descriptions. ...Read more
Are there any hormone problems that cause physical anxiety symptoms (paresthesia, muscle twitching, jitteriness)?
Yes: Actually and imbalance of any of your hormones could cause the symptoms, but the most common one would be a thyroid problem. Talk to your doctor checking your thyroid involves a blood test. ...Read more
Have neurological symptoms (numbness on one side, vision issues, brain fog). What neurological disorders give a speckled positive ANA test?
See below: Anas alone are not diagnostic of a disease process. Also up 30% of patients can have a positive ANA and the vast majority do have a autoimmune disease that goes with an ana. I think it is best if you having visual and neurological problems you do want to see both an opthalmologist and a neurologist to rule conditions such as ms. ...Read more
Yes: Neurological complications of gluten enteropathy are rare but recognized. Cerebellar involvement is one of the recognized syndromic manifestations. A neurologist should be consulted. Strict dietary compliance doesn't prevent these complications although as noted they are rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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