I've had escalating neurological problems now over the past ten months - confusion, memory loss, muscle twitching, blurred vision, shooting pains, etc. Had an urgent GP referral this week, back to a neurologist I'd seen earlier in the year. When I saw him initially, he wasn't that concerned, but requested an MRI for me to be on safe side. As the scan was normal, he told me this week, that my symptoms were psychological and I was wasting his time, despite them having got much worse.
I'd sought a second neurological opinion in August, and was told my symptoms were the result of depression (which I don't actually have!) and that no further investigations were warranted.
Over the last couple of days, I've fallen over twice due to losing my balance, feel completely spaced out, along with not really understanding much that my flat mate is talking to me about. As my family doctor is not around until next week, I'm seriously contemplating getting myself along to A&E/ ER. However, my GP advised against this some time back, unless I actually collapsed, as she said they would just discharge me back into her care.
Anyone had any experience of neurological problems actually being looked into, upon visiting a U.K casualty department?