Not sure where to start Last sept I woke up with an off type feeling in 2011.. I had foot surgery on sept 30th 2011 They gave me the max on anethesia and my vision has been messed up ever since. I also still have the off feeling like a dizziness but to me not vertigo. Had MRI/MRA all normal all blood test have been normal except B12 was 286 and vit d was 25. They are both up now. I have been tested for Lymes and Lupus. I am just ready to feel good again Dr thinks I have bad anxiety. I also noticed in Febuary that when I squeeze things I shake in my arms and when I lift things I seem to shake no weakness however.. This shakiness drives me crazy my dr tells me not to worry about it so I lsten to him.. Anyway any input would be great.. Like further testing esc...I have not had a LP Neuro seems to see no reason as to why..
So 1 what could be causing this off feeling could it still be related to B12 even tho I get a monthly injection been doing that since April
2 What could this shakiness be when I squeeze things???????????
I am not sure what anesthesia drugs that you received and whether these could or could not have produced the adverse effects related to the symptoms that you describe. Your surgeon and anesthesiologist should have been on top of this, if it is in fact related to the anesthesia that you received.
Make sure that your symptoms are and were documented, because you might have to go back to the surgical team and the procedures that may have initiated the problem in the first place.
I am not sure why your surgeon has come to the conclusion that it is not at all related to your surgery, except possibly that no one wants to take any responsibility. If the events occurred soon after anesthesia and surgery but never before, then it is something to consider.
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