Hi, Im Brady a 25 year old male, 5'6 160 lbs.. I had a flu for 1 1/2 days on 4/16/2010..now since then I have had non- stop cloudy vision, lightheadedness, dizzy spells, minor headaches, sometimes weak feeling, and a stiff/ heavy neck... Had an MRI , a CT scan, some blood work, seen 10 doctors, indoscopie, colonoscipie, but im in a town called Merced where i feel like they wont diagnose me. I saw a Ear, Nose, Throat specialists recently..they say they see some problems in my sinuses in the CT and MRI..but he said that shouldnt make my vision cloudy.. or me dizzy... So im getting a surgery on my sinuses, But its in the back of my head that they missed something on my MRI also..so i am just looking for some hope that this may be the problem..Cause Im falling apart..
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