Wow..symptoms, that would be a long message. Basically the headaches, back of neck through front of forehead at times. Neck cracks a lot, tired all the time, limbs fall asleep easily. my vison I lost in my left eye a year ago, but came back. No nausea or anything. But, yes something is going on in my CSF...bands w/igg synthesis of unknown cause. I have had sooo many blood tests/spinal fluid tests...all fine. My neuro was surpised I didn't have lesions on my MRI..he is baffled. What does your Neuro say about it? I am at work, so can't write everything now, but I will when I get time. Can't wait to hear from you!
Hey, just read your post. I have the EXACT same diagnosis from the MAYO...but, my neuro didn't say the viral thing....it would be great to compare notes sometime! I am in Minnesota and go to the mayo in Rochester. Currently on Diamox and lasix, no shunt...my email is ***@****
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