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double vision, unable to focus, teary eyes

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 2, 2010
  • 02:41 PM

My mom has been experiencing dizziness for a couple of yrs now. She always feels off balance, lately she has been falling. When she falls she seems always fall straight back (not to the side or knees bent) ...just seemed weird to me. Any type of light bothers her eyes and they are always tearing. She had double vision and cannot focus. Her eyes always seem glassy to me. Last year she was slurring her words and choking on her own saliva....that has improved a little bit....no more slurring but her speech is very slow. She seems to have very high anxiety, always very nervous, she goes from laughing to crying hysterically in seconds without any control. We have been to many nuerologist, and have taken MRI, PEt Scan, blood work, spinal tab etc and all test come back normal. How could that be? 10 yrs ago my mother was an independent working women and now she cannot even drive her own car. Any type of decision making overwhelms her - so she cannot make any type of desion. She is always so tense and nervous and cant ever seem to relax. SHe cries alot because mentally she want to be like before but physically she cant.
All doctors say that all the test come back normal???

I just wonder has anyone experienced these symptoms or know of anyone who has???
Pls any feedback would be helpful. I am so desperate to find her some helP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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