Hi I have been having loss of balance and very tired for a month now and 2 weeks ago my left arm became difficult to coordinate and dizziness began. I was admitted to the hospital. They had a ct scan at 12pm which resulted in TIA but then the MRI and MRA performed 10 hrs later showed negetive and I was released the next day. I was given aspirin and zocor since I arrived at the hospital and was discharged witha med plan of 81mg of aspirin a day and zocor once a day although I was told I was misdiagnosed and did not have TIA. My symptoms are still the same and it has been 5 days since I was released. I visited the ENT and he says the arm is not related to the dizziness and if it is a inner ear infection it should go away by the 6th week. What should I do. Seems no one knows what is wrong .
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