Well, without a detailed clinical evaluation it would be difficult to comment specifically on the situation. While slight shakiness/ tremors are normal with increased force/ muscle use, it could also be related to stress/ anxiety, low blood sugar, low blood pressure, electrolyte imbalance, hormonal/ endocrine abnormalities, micronutrient deficiencies, a few neuro-muscular causes, medication side effects etc. Dizziness again could be related to low blood sugar, low blood pressure, stress/ anxiety, neuro-vascular causes, systemic issues, medication side effects etc. With normalized B12 and D levels, these are unlikely to be the underlying cause. Vision issues could be related to local causes in the eye such as refractive errors or neurological causes. I would suggest considering an initial evaluation by an internist and an ophthalmologist and depending on the cause diagnosed/ suspected, it can be managed accordingly or specialist care may be sought.
Hope this is helpful.
What I would like to know can anxiety really damage you that much?? I have had the Cortisol test ran on me it was fine.. You mention Neuromuscular causes??? I have asked my Dr about that but he has no concerns in that area.. I know I am stressed but I also wonder if that surgery messed up my CNS with all the drugs they gave me during the procedure.. I sure hope I get better its been just over a year.. I sure hope it isnt nothing Muscular because I do tend to worry worst case.
-Anxiety may not particularly be damaging but can lead to potential symptoms, while acute cases could present quite similar to sympathetic overactivity.
-Neuro-muscular causes that could present similarly with shakiness/ tremors include demyelinating conditions, myopathies, neuro-degenerative conditions etc.
-I really do not suspect a short duration of anesthesia to have caused prolonged symptoms for over an year.
Thanks for the info! I really hope I can get it figured out. I will say I have not got worst in the last yer and 3 months. I am 38 yrs old. I didnt have these issues until after surgery so I tend to put my symptoms on that. I have no weakness at all my dr has checked plus I can still lift things etc... I will follow up with an internal medicine Dr and go from there. Like I said a neuro dr has seen this shakiness and blamed it on meds and released me. I really also want to figure this off feeling I have and the vision issue and I know my vision was fine before the surgery 100 percent sure.. They overdosed me on the anesthsia they just dont admit to it..
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