Hi. Last year I started having horrible headaches with numbness and tingling in the left side of my body. This year in March I started having an eye twitch in my right eye and in May I started having severe dizziness and vertigo and slurred speech and short term memory loss, but my headaches and eye twitch disappeared . My doctor (GP) told me I'm to young to have a tumor or stoke (30 yrs. old) and gave me a rx for valium. I convinced my GP to send me to an ENT to check my ears and the ENT told me my problem in neurological due to the fact that I'm also walking to the left. I am a stay-at-home mom of 2 toddlers and have to spend most of the day in bed due to the dizziness, this is ruining my life. Any help while I'm waiting to be approved to see a Neurologist would be great. Thanks.
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