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Need neuro eval but no insurance. Multiple symptoms. Blurry eyes, balance,fatigue nerve pain, numbness, dizzy, Suggestions besides go 2 dr?
Complex issue: You will need a proper evaluation, and that would be with a doctor. Start wotha primary care. Even though you don't have insurance, don't skimp on your life. Your symptom complex is not specific for a single diagnosis. A short answer online forum is not appropriate for these problems. Sorry to break the news. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Savella (milnacipran) is proven: Savella, (milnacipran) one of the fda approved fibromyalgia treatments, has been shown in research to improve cognitive function as well as fatigue. However, it doesn't work for everyone. Stimulants medicines, like ritalin, are often used if patients fail savella (milnacipran). If you sleep is poor, improving your sleep quality can also help. If you are overweight, snore and tired during the day you might have sleep apnea. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Experiencing symptoms of anemia--palpitations, extreme fatigue, headache, dizziness, tingling in arms/legs, etc. Should i go to ER or see reg. Md?
Acute or chronic: If your symptoms are of an acute nature you should be seen in er . If they are more chronic wait and see your doc. ...Read more
Saw endo for severe brain fog memory problems and severe headaches he referred to neuro but suggested could be due to hashimotos. Common? Tsh T4 good
Yes: Read this excellent review: naturopathconnect.Com/articles/brain-fog-causes then read this one that specifically addresses thyroid and brain fog. www.ehow.com/facts_5612909_thyroid-brain-fog-symptoms.html thyroid brain fog is a characteristic symptom of low thyroid function, also know as hypothyroidism. ...Read more
+ana1:160, skinbiopsy showed inflammation, fatigue, joint pain, rashes, hot flashes, trouble breathing, brain fog. Neg for lupus. Doc thinks me/cfs?
What is the question: If you are asking whether your doctor is right, have no way of knowing. If not satisfied with their explanations you always get a second opinion. If you so desire, see a rheumatologist. Good luck and happy new year. ...Read more
Seeing neurologist, had CT scan, seen ophthalmologist to rule out serious conditions. Any suggestions to help reduce lingering eye pain after migraine?
Optic nerve OCT: There is a disease called benign intra-cranial hypertension (bih) or previously known as pseudo-tumor cerebri. Oct is an ocular ct scan that many ophthalmologists have. Often bih is misdiagnosed as migraine. If your oct showed optic nerve swelling (elevation) and nasal decrease of optic nerve fibers you need to have a spinal tap by your neurologist to rule this easily treated condition out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Brain injury?: You mention brain injury..It s such a broad concept; the same goes for autonomic nervous system problems. I would have answered an internal medicine or family practice dr to start an all inclusive workup, but in view of this i assumed you might have a neurologist already taking care of you. Either one is a rational choice. On Clonazepam for..? You may consult the prescriber of this too. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can anxiety cause weird lightheaded funny vision sometimes swaying feeling daily 24/7 been Ent 30x eye dr bloodwork neuro exam all good lots of stress?
Anxiety the Chameleon: yes, your symptoms are not rare, as when you are anxious the adrenaline and sympathetic nervous system gets activated and practically all your organ systems are affected. From your pupils ability to accommodate, hyperventilating and getting dizzy, stomach, hearth, etc. Keep working on your therapy to help you lower the triggers of anxiety. Sleep, rest, nutrition, avoid caffeine, and Nutraceuticals ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is hypothyroidism related to migraine headaches.my nose sometimes get blocked coz of migraine should I consult ENT doc or eye doctor or neuro?
Migraine: I would start with a clinic visit to your primary doctor who will evaluate your problems and decide if you need to see a specialist. If things get worse before you can see your doctor please go to the nearest emergency room. ...Read more
Can autonomic damage/dysfunction cause memory isdues, brain fog and blurry vision? Thank you for your time.
Underlying disease: The autonomic nervous system (ANS) can definitely affect your eyes and ability to focus; thereby resulted in blurred vision. Because the autonomic nervous system affects the dilation of blood vessels, it could affect blood flow to the brain resulted in intermittent "brain fog". Cognitive problems are often due to an underlying problem that is also causing the ANS dysfunction. ...Read more
What specialist to see for muscle twitching and extreme 24/7 fatigue w pressure headaches over 6 months sense quitting antidepressants?
Brain Fog or Depersonalization?
Alway Tired, feel unattached, headache, dizzy, blah feeling, anxious.ido get lack of sleep also have panic disorder.
Fatigue headaches w vision changes nausea low appetite struggling with daily tasks. Ct of head ordered for poss brain bleed/tumor. Possible?! scared
Seek help from Doc: You could try and find an accredited sleep center through the aasm that affiliate with a psychiatrist who is also boarded in sleep medicine. However, blurred vision and coordination issues may require a more pressing concern and you should see your physician as soon as you can. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Peer eyesight: Yes this would be the appropriate thing to do. ...Read more
Can you give advice on reoccuring symptoms like balance issues, blurry eyes, nerve and muscle pain, fatigue, incontinence issues, dizziness?
Sounds neurological: The constellation of your symptoms may or may not all go together, but they definitely warrant an evaluation. They sound neurologic in origin, so a neurology evaluation seems warranted. Since the symptoms are reoccurring, it is best to not ignore. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers