I've started a new thread for simplicity's sake. Over the past 5 years or so, I've had a variety of neurological symptoms that last for several days, weeks, or months at a time and then disappear. I usually have 3 or so "episodes" like these a year, usually with one symptom at a time. They include:
*shortness of breath
I've had an EEG and MRI to rule out seizure and MS. Magnesium supplements have been very helpful to me, so I'm wondering if it might be heavy metal poisoning. What do you think? I'm somewhat unclear of if/how this is diagnosed, and to what extent it is thought about by the mainstream medical community. Don't hesitate to respond--any information would be much appreciated. Thanks for reading this!
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