Hi, Im having a real trouble getting a diagnosis and im getting quite frustrated, it might be a bit of a long story
It all started midweek about 6months ago. That weekend i did experiment with cocaine which i sniffed. The next day i felt really ill and spaced out. The spaced out continued on to wednesday and whilst i was over a friends house it came on worse. I started feeling really light headed my heart was pounding and i just felt really shakey! I went to the doctors the next day and he said i had a panic attack. I told him about the spaced out feeling and he said it was anxiety.
The spaced out feeling carried on for a couple of weeks so i went back and the doctor did some blood tests and did and ecg which all came back normal. Whilst waiting for the results i started to feel really i was getting really bad headaches, feeling sick, I was also getting this weird tingling feeling on my forehead and down around one eye which only came on when i was laid down i was also getting bad ear ache.
To cut along story short i ended up seeing a neru about my headaches and having an MRI which all came back fine.
MY docotr was still convinced it was anxiety.
My neru did a lot of other tests and everything came back fine. All my blood work came back fine as well.
6 Months on and im still feeling exactly the same.
At the moment my symptoms are
heavily spaced out ( like everything is a dream)
Really tired all of the time
Tingling around forehead and eye which is pretty much constant now
weird little popping noises in my left ear and also in my nose
im feeling sick bloated stomach aches and
I have been to an ent but he didnt really help i think he was more fixtated on the anxiety side.
I really dont feel this is anxiety and i cant seem to get this out of my doctors head. I would agree at one point i was anxious but only because of how i was feeling.
I just dont know what my next step should be in trying to get a diagnosis! i aint worried about what it might be i just want to feel better and im finding all of this really frustrating.
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