Hello. My name is Peter. I’m 20. I do really need your help, because I’ve been struggling with this for about 6 years. At the begging I had only fasciculations and arms stiffness. Neurologist prescribed magnesium. Symptoms became weaker and stabilized for about 4 years. 2 years ago new symptoms came up. I had sensory disturbances and constant pain of the facial nerve. I consulted neurologist again: it was completely ignored by him (neurological examination had showed nothing). Situation stabilized again for about 18 months. In April 2012 situation changed radically. Headaches, visual disturbances, erectile disorder, heart arrhythmia even problem with the knee joints. I consulted neurologist and oculist again. In the following months I had: EEG, ultrasound, MRI. Recently I was diagnosed with arachnoid cyst (32mmx10mm) in the lower middle of my brain. Do you thing those symptoms can be caused only by that cyst. I’m from Eastern Europe so it may explain some of my mistakes. Please tell me what I should do. I am just tired of it.
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