I have been diagnosed with dementia,small vessal ischemic dease upon having a MIR done. it was read by a radiologist.At the same time it was read by a nurologist who told me i made my illness up.since i was rear ended by a vehicle at the speed of 40 to45 miles per hour.i have also been diagnosed with myofalsasia, i have not only emotional problems but loose words, get confused,get frustreted, cannt multiy task, headachs, sholder aches, do weird things like put salt in frige,but i relize i do it and fix it, cannt make sense of what people are telling me,am impulsive.I was on the deans honnor list at collage just 4 months prior to this. recived bursearys. have my diplomas in human services, social service worker, first year native teachers assistant, international tobacco cecation specialist......was lined up for a job at a health centre in refferrals and assments, and more i feel no one belives me.the nurologist had a hard time understanding me because i was allergic to the 2 meds 4 deppression he tried me on.said he watched me walk down the hall that i wasnt off balance, when i followed him to his office....im not that off...i dont know what to do, who to trust....helpppp me please
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