i have had the strangest symptoms for over 2 years now. i feel like i have liquid in my brain and face that sloshes back and forth when i move my head. i also have tinnitus in both ears and really nasty sunburn sensations all over my body. in addition i feel like i am walking on a trampoline and yes my heart pounds all the time all day and all night. i got all these symptoms after i came off ativan and short term use of ssris.
Does anyone else have similar symptoms and if so what have you done to relieve them. also any other suggestions would be great.
I have had the full scope of testing except for a lumbar puncture
I have had what I call brain sloshing and imbalance. I have checked with every kind of doctor possible. An MRI shows lesions with a diagnosis of MS but I don't have any other symptoms...only imbalance and brain sloshing, which is not listed as a symptom. The sloshing has gotten worse after I stopped taking a benzodiazapine for anxiety.
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