Why am I still experiencing fatigue 6 weeks after the flu very weak had heart CT scan and blood work all normal. Can't resume normal activity?
Cannot diagnose. This could be multiple different things. Whether you actually had influenza or an illness simulating it is the first of many questions that need answering. You are obviously seeing a doctor. Let them get to the root of this. If you are not satisfied, go see an infectious diseases expert. They are very good at working these things out. Good luck.
Recovery can be. Prolonged especially if severe case...Talk to your physician.
Could neck problems cause dizziness? Ct scan of brain, blood work, and heart monitor all normal need some help on what it could be please help
Many reasons. There are many reasons for being dizzy. The neck is one of those causes. If you are physically active then an injury to the vertebral artery or the carotid artery could present in this fashion. Ear trouble also could cause these symptoms. Everyone forgets about the sinuses such as sphenoid sinusitis. Blood pressure variation all are possibly. Best to talk to your doctor. Read more...
Random episodes of dizziness & lightheadedness/fainting with brain fog. BP & heart rate normal. CT scan & all blood work normal. What can it be?
Dizzyness. What a waste of money and resources doing all those tests on a 19 year old with history of anxiety, especially if liver disease is under control. If its positional, you have BPPV O/W vestibulitis, but there is no fainting. You have "panic attacks". I know most doctors practice defensive medicine especially in ER. Read more...
Been getting heart palpitations and an off balance for awhile now. Had 4 ekgs. Blood work. Chest xray. Ct scan-angiogram. All normal. Heart good?
Maybe. If you were having palpitations at the time ECG was done and ECG was normal, then palpitation is not related to heart rhythm abnormalities. The normal studies mentioned do not necessarily rule out all cardiac disease. Depending on symptoms and frequency, echocardiogram and/or ECG monitoring may be considered. Consider seeing a cardiologist for further evaluation. Read more...