I am sorry, but your case is much too complex for me to comment on via this forum. I would ask your physician team for a referral to a nutritionist and possibly physical therapy or a personal trainer with experience working with complex patients.
If I had a patient with a similar MRI I would tell them they have evidence of muscle in neck (as evidenced by loss of cervial lordosis), and several slightly misaligned discs. The disc protrusions (slightly misaligned discs) can continue to slip out of place and cause further pain/symptoms in the neck over time.
Similar symptoms in my patients will lead me t...
In my patients, I would usually check an MRI of the brain. For migraine prophylaxis (other than Botox which I use frequently) in my patients I also use amitriptyline, atenolol, or gabapentin. Gabapentin is also an anti-seizure medication that I have used with my patients.
My patients with possible convulsions we try to confirm and diagnose by EEG--sometimes ...
Your symptoms are so diffuse, it is hard to pin point one area to focus on.
In my patients with similar, I would with the symptoms that are more easily evaluated--in this case changes in stool and rectal discomfort.
Usually I would check their liver function by blood tests and perhaps have them see a Gastroenterologist.
You need these lymph nodes evaluated within a week as this would be unusual to be related to a UTI. Infections are very possible but not the only cause.
Many students can remain on their parents health plan--is this possible?
If these symptoms appeared in my patient, I would consider seizure and pseudo-seizure (seizure-like activity brought on by stress/anxiety). I would send my patient for a EEG to screen for seizure activity-- this are usually done in the hospital but some patients actually have a type done where they carry the testing box around with them.
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