Imbalance and dizziness while standing/walking since last two years
I am a 42-year old homemaker. I've been having dizziness and imbalance (difficulty walking and standing for a a prolonged period) for the last two years, along with tremours, chills. MRI of the brain showed tiny lesions in right frontal lobe, but otherwise clear. Neuro advise said that those lesions cannot be the cause of my symptoms (I've more trouble on the right side, an my right foot is unable to take much body weight. My Cortisol level fluctuates. It was low 5.4 and then it came to 6.1 in the next test. ACTH is normal. I've missed my periods for the last two months. Please could you help ascertian the cause and the way out. Thanks!
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