"yes they are well informed.. and I definantly want to have one done. we hope that insurance can cover it because it cost so much to get an MRI done. I just wanted to know if my symptoms sound like it could be from the brain?"
"My name is Alyssa. I am 16 years old and for the past year I have been experiencing a rapid heart rate. However, I have been to a cardiologist who assured me that everything is fine and my heart is completely healthy. Last night I was la..."
HAVE THE DOCTOR CHECK YOUR HEART, THEN LOOK FOR A MRI TO ELIMINATE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
FROM MY EXPIERENCE AS A YOUNG GIRL SOME OF THESE THINGS YOU MENTION WERE FAMILIAR FOR
ME WHEN I WAS A TEEN TO ONLY BE DIAGNOSED AT 35 WITH MITRAL VALVE PROLAPSE LEAKING TOO,
THEN AT 40 WITH THE M.S. HAD YEARS OF FEELING SOMETHING "WASNT QUITE RIGHT IN MY BRAIN" AND I WAS RIGHT BUT THE DOCS HAD ME ON A LOT OF MEDS I DIDN'T NEED AS WELL. GOOD LUCK,,,,,GLORIA.
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