Hi. Let me tell you a bit about my current situation and background. All my neurological symptoms began after my flu shot this September. The day after I developed a sever headache that lasted for 5 days ( I never get headaches, knew it was strange to). As soon as the headaches stopped 5 days later I went to bed that night and my left foot felt very weird. I didn't think much of it so went to sleep and woke up and it was still there. The next few days and weeks I developed tingling through my whole body, dizzy, sever throwing up, extreme right side abdominal pain, some loss of bowel and urinary movements, somewhat left eye pain/discomfort,and complete exhaustion. I lost about 15 pounds as I couldn't eat and was sick every time. Went to the ER couple times they didn't know what was wrong. I called my Doctor where I got the shot and she was a bit concerned and referred me to a Neurologist that she knew. I had a 1.5T MRI done on my brain and the results came back completely normal. She said I was just anxious but I know when something isn't right. The symptoms have now resolved except somewhat of an internal tremor/vibration, my left foot burns a lot on and off, pain in my legs, and muscle spasms in my body all over. Its been a very strange few months, never experienced anything like this before. I am seeing another Neurologist at UT here in Houston. he did a MRI on my spine complete and said ti was normal too. he thinks I may of had somewhat an infection of some sort but he has no idea what is causing this. he has done a clinical exam and said everything looks normal apart somewhat brisk reflexes although im really anxious and only 24 he thinks that could be the reason and a lot of my family have brisk reflexes too. I am so frustrated as I still don't feel myself and when the Neuro isn't sure whats going on as well its frustrating. I have a followup apt in February and he wants to see how I am feeling then and if not better then possible other MRI.
** Has anyone had a similar reaction , I am desperate to speak to people who have and when and if their symptons cleared up**