Oh i also have a vitamin D deficiency
Hi Josh and welcome,
i'm in Australia and it's almost 2am in the morning over here, i will definitely respond tomorrow but i just wanted you to know someone is listening.....JJ
I really think you need to see your cardiologist about your heart condition, and if you don't have one then get one.....there's nothing you've mention that couldn't be explained by a heart condition, and if all your symptoms could be due to your heart not getting blood circulating through your body properly, then you need to know this from a specialist who deals with these types of issues on a daily basis.
The neuro's bed side manner might of been horrid but without the evidence of neurological abnormality, he's likely right that your existing heart condition is the causation....a cardiologist would be the best specialist to confirm this for you and i'd recommend you see a cardiologist and get your heart condition ruled out or in...
Hope that helps........JJ
It does it does yhank you so much. Sometimes just reaching out to others is the best thing. Making sure i am not just feeling down in the dumps about it all
You actually have the right to see the final report from your visit to neurology. Does your gp have a copy? Or perhaps they can call the neurologist's office and get one.
Did he do a neuro exam when he saw you? Strength, reflexes, eye movement etc?
I echo JJ's advice to get a second opinion. Ask your cardiologist to write a report stating that your issues are not due to the aneurysm. He could copy it directly to your neurologist, or to your second opinion neuro.
Ruling out other possibilities is a tiresome trek from specialist to specialist. As JJ said, it very well may NOT be ms. Please work with your gp to address possibly vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and to perhaps have a second opinion with a second cardiologist. Although yours sounds like a gem.
You will survive the lack of answers. I did the specialist rule out crawl for three years, and lived to tell the tale.