About Me: Male, 38, Belfast, Ireland, member since Feb 2010
I'm a fairly fit and active 35 year old guy from Ireland.
[More] in all kinds of health and fitness matters in general, but currently seeking a resolution to some neurological problems; namely numbness and weakness in the left hand side of my body (eye, face, hand, foot) as well as dizziness, palpitations, breathlessness etc. I have had an MRI scan but was advised that it showed "nothing serious".
I would like to hear from anyone experiencing similar undiagnosed symptoms. I'm interested in the vagus nerve connection in these symptoms and keen to connect with others who are working to find out what's causing their symptoms.
Welcome to our community!
Hello, I just wanted to take a minute to Welcome you to the Autonomic Dysfunction forum. I read on your Profile that you are having some Neurological Problems. I also have Multiple Sclerosis and if I can be of any help to try and solve the puzzle to your symptoms please let me know.
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