5 yrs ago I started getting dizzy,blurred vision and deja vu,but only during PMS or my period. Then I started having full blown seiziers. Had 3, went on meds. and stopped when I was told "nothing is wrong" I'm still getting this,again only at these times,but instead of the deja vu,I'm having headaches so bad I can bearly cope,along with ears ringing,itching and tingling,and metapause symptoms.I already have problems due to many shattered and broken bones so as far as pain I'm used to it. I'm 40yrs old now and thought I might be going through some changes but someone told me it sounds like lymes. any ideas? Thankyou
Yes these could be symptoms of lymes disease but it needs to be confirmed by lab tests.
Migraine can also cause all of these symptoms so this possibility should also be looked into. Is there any trigger that you have been able to identify for these symptoms?
This requires further evaluation and tests so please schedule an appointment with your GP.
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