I had an MRI done last week as part of an MS screen and am concerned about the results. My EEG showed a "lowered seizure threshold", my VEP was normal, and my symptoms are something like a conglomeration of temporal lobe epilepsy, migraine aura, and MS. I have been diagnosed with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and mitral valve prolapse. I have diplopia in my right eye (as in, when I look to the right I see fine but when I look to the left my right eye kind of drifts away from its normal gaze) and have recently been suffering from a loss of temperature and pain reception in my right arm and leg, cannot bend three of my right toes (has been happening for years), etc. Basically most of my problems are on the right side of my body or involve language difficulty of one kind or another depending on the day. I have had a very large, painless, hard bump on the left side of the base of my skull (occipital lymph?) for 4 years now.
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