hello, where do you practice? My father is experiencing a lot of pain and I just read a response you read. We would like to see you.
Myasthenia gravis is the full name
Has any one checked for mysta Gravis it's rare but also associated with those symptoms and breathing eye and muscle twitching and blurred vision and so forth
Take MSM for connective tissue. It is natural so harm. Go have your hormone levels checked and your thyroid.
Hi army guy, don't know when you posted your note about your pressure headache and tinnitus, i'm here in Australia am 61 and suffer the same as u and it's a case of live with it, seems a common problem with all walks of life, I use noise frecuency I bought helps in short doses, pressure thing I just put frozen flat liquid I made myself and helps for a short while also. so as I said it's a thing all of us live with, there is no cure. hope you manage to deal with it, my dad was in the air force for 40 yrs, was a parachutist and ground soldier, i think u americans call it foot soldiers, any way he never found any cures for the same thing in he's life time, so I try to be like my father and cope. good luck with your symptoms.
Just a quick note to say hi! I had the same problem in 2007. 6 years later the pain is unbearable and they are going to re operate. It feels like damaged tissue to me and for me the only thing that can repair tissue loss is remolding with new tissue. Hope they get it right this time Im so depressed. Anne
i have been having what i think is strokes. but they never show up but i dont understand what is going on can you please help me .***@**** i live in indiana
I'm a nurse practitioner. Have a friend with small pineal cyst but having abnormal pupillary response. Any chance they can use a gamma knife to remove or shrink? It's benign they think via MRI. She's going to go to UCSF but very worried. Ever heard of non surgical technology treating this?
Thanks, Elizabeth Davis, FNP
My brother, 17, is currently having a very difficult recovery from a viral meningitis bout that went undiagnosed for over a month when he was 14. He has a wide array of symptoms that are having a severely negative effect on his quality of life.
Are there any specialists who deal with the after effects of meningitis or the recovery from meningitis in the US? *Any* information at all is helpful.
i am haveing the same symptoms as riely70 but am only 14
have i got a brian tumor???
37 yr old, very healthy female. I recently became fatigued, dizzy, vertigo, and had a headache that lasted two months. I've already been DX with MVP @ 12 yrs ago and am not being followed for that. Had an MRI w/ contrast recently and the results are (please help):
"A few nonspecific punctate foci of altered bright T2 adn Flair signal abnormality within deep periventricular white matter zones particularly at the posterior angles of the lateral ventricles bilaterally."
I'm wondering if having a cholesterol close to 250 a HUGE family HX of high cholesterol and my MVP could account for these lesions?
Dear Neuro Doctor,
Can a persistent CSF leak cause brain sagging and put mechanical pressure on cerebellum (motor control unit) to the degree that one gets 24/7 micro tremors all the time.
I was diagnosed with CSF leak, and apparently it has healed up. I dont have headaches, although stiffness in the neck, but I get motion intolerance in my head, and these constant baseline 24/7 micro tremors which I did not have before the baro-trauma on an airplane.
In a nutshell, can CSF leak cause tremors !? and what to do about it.
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