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Worst Dysautonomia Symptom
Pheochromocytoma risk? BP145+/95+/widespread tingling/numb hands/extreme fatigue/headaches/nausea/profuse sweating/severe anxiety but no full panic
Pheochromocytoma: Pheochromocytoma, a tumor of the adrenal medulla and similar tissues elsewhere, is a rare cause of elevated blood pressure and some of the other symptoms you mention. Urine tests for excretory products may be helpful, and if that is positive, a CT scan may be revealing. Pheo is also associated with multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome in some. ...Read more
Mild weird feeling that lasts 1-2 seconds almost like mild dyspnea. Can mild dyspnea last 1-2 seconds? I have severe anxiety disorder. Is anxiety?
MAYBE CHECK FURTHER: At your age physical causes of dyspnea are possible, but most likely it is part of the anxiety disorder. However, to be sure do have your internist do a complete workup. If you are not getting therapy and meds for anxiety disorder it is time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Help.Lupus-like condition.Get flares of severe brain fog, confusion, dizziness -affects my job.Neg neuro work-up.Increasing prednisone during episodes& symptoms resolve.Lupus cerebritis still likely?
Rheumatologist: You must be seeing a physician for this condition. Have them consider consultation with a neurologist. While on steroids you are at significantly greater risk for central nervous system and other infections. Cannot advise more without knowing your full medical history. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How severe is an albumin of 5.4? Please describe severity of symptoms? Crippling fatigue, pulsating symptoms, severe headaches, eye pain, nausea?
None of the above: I hope it doesn't disappoint you greatly to let you know that your Albumin levels are considered quite within the normal range. Of course, lab values do vary from one laboratory to another therefore, it would be best to find out the normal range in the laboratory you had the blood drawn or tested but for all intents and purposes the range of normal for Albumin is taken to be 3.5 to 5.5. ...Read more
Symptoms: heart sinking, nrrvousness anxiety loss of gocus panic attacks depression restless leg syndrome psychosomatic pain anger. Meds advice.
Association: Restless leg syndrome(rls), legs have persistent&uncomfortable feeling like they must keep moving, is associated with falling asleep.At high altitude, indivs can experience feelings of restless legs, which might be related to the drop in oxygen pressure at high alt.Rls has been assoc with low iron levels, so its presence as a result of low oxygen p makes sense.Rls at hi alt not nec alt sickness. ...Read more
57/F has on/off palpitations, headache, feeling that legs are moving (no shaking/tremor visible), shortness of breath, insomnia. Worst @ night. Ideas?
Diagnosed chronic migraine . Worst spell four week severe headache no breaks ... Status migraine or something bad ? Pain 8-10 constant . Nausea .
If you haven't been: evaluated by a neurologist - would recommend that. ...Read more
Seroquel (quetiapine) makes my un-dx condition worse. Symptoms are heart pain, almost paralyzed due to extreme somnolence, severe cognitive impairment.. Causes?
Seroquel (quetiapine): Seroquel (quetiapine) can be very sedating -- more so depending on increased dose. It can also cause "cognitive impairment." I have no idea from here what you were like before the medication, but it sounds like you need a thorough medical evaluation. A psychiatrist may need to also be involved in your care -- and you need to tell whoever is prescribing the seroquel (quetiapine) about what you're experiencing. ...Read more
No: Fibromyalgia causes pain but does not affect the nerves that go to muscles. However, if you are taking a morphine like pain reliever for treatment of the fibromyalgia, this can cause myoclonic jerks. If this is the cause, it will go away if you decrease the dose of the pain medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nausea: Nausea can come along with many types of conditions. However, it's not a symptom leading to the diagnosis of any kind of fatal insomnia [an exceedingly rare condition anyway]. Here's a site with all kinds of information about nausea: http://www.Emedicinehealth.Com/vomiting_and_nausea/article_em.Htm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could mast cell disorder cause tachycardia no hypertension, chronic sinus problems, brain fog, sweating, fatigue, shortness of breath very high ige?
Most common symptoms: Fatigue skin lesions (urticaria pigmentosa) and itching abdominal discomfort nausea and vomiting diarrhea food and drug intolerance olfactive intolerance infections (bronchitis, rhinitis, and conjunctivitis) ear/nose/throat inflammation anaphylaxis (shock from allergic or immune causes) episodes of very low blood pressure (including shock) and faintness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on BP how lo: Fatigue is common in POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) for 2 reasons: 1) if ur BP is low, then ur brain doesn't get enough blood flow, & as a result u feel tired. 2) the causes of POTS isn't fully known, but some suspect it happens because of a virus or inflammatory reaction. Virus infections (like the cold, flu) cause u 2 b tired by their nature, & ur immune system takes up energy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Told iron defic anemia but sudden increased constant symptoms: pain in legs, fatigue, twitching/shaking, shortness of breath/pounding fluttering heart?
Long term dizziness (2 months). diangosis with vestibular disorder but now feeling acute nausea, vertigo, floating, hypoglycemic symptoms and facial spams?
Vertigo: Definitely sounds vestibular. You might have just developed Meniere's disease of the inner ear with acute 'attacks.' More likely with ringing and hearing loss in one ear, but not necessarily. Or it may just be 'benign positional vertigo' on top of the general dizziness you've been having. See ENT for hearing test and balance testing, then treat accordingly. ...Read more
What connection: tachycardia dec2010, chest pain ever since, sudden illness jan11 followed by neuro symptoms, onset ms, chest pain most when fatigued?
Could be angina: Your symptoms of tachycardia may or may not be connected to the neurological condition. Thus, a prompt evaluation to look for blockages in the coronary arteries, or structural heart disease, such as problems with the valves or the heart muscle is warranted. Blood work is also important to check for anemia, thyroid, and renal(kidney) function. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer