I had a painful headache 4 years ago at the sides of my head which was happening quite often.Since then I had CONSTANT feeling of "unbalancedness" feeling like swaying and falling(not room spinning)and fatigue.Other symptoms include cant concentrate,poor memory and finding hard to speak properly at times.The most weird part of the symptoms is that I experience twitching/throbbing/spasm feeling all over my body although they are painless.Went to a neurologist a few months after that headache and after many blood test,and an MRI done,EMG(i think) he diagnosed it as migraine.However the feeling of dizzy and feeling like falling over stil persist 24/7.Its somehow i feel there is no activity in my brain and i feel that there is no "sensation" at the sides of my forehead where the pain was.I also find that my legs and hands are weak most of the time and cant really exert myself.When im walking down the stairs i feel like falling over forwards and even when i take the lift and step out of it i feel really dizzy.Same with after going out of a moving vehicle.Legs feel like jelly now and hands feel a bit numb.
Could it be a thyroid problem?I would assume the doctor did some thyroid test when he took the blood.Sometimes i feel the urge to cough but not because of phlegm but some discomfort in my throat.Or could it be that my inner ears have problem?But I dont have problems with my hearing.
I dont buy that i have anxiety problem.I know everyone has that at times but i dont have panic attacts where my heard will race or I will begin to sweat.And could u really have anxiety 24/7?
I went to an optometrist the other day and found out that i have a cataract on my left eye and my cupping for both eyes are larger than normal.The cataract i believe was due to an injury when i was young.I do see eye floaters most of the time.Not to sure if this is related to my dizziness.
Should i go to the ENT specialist?Im quite sick of going to doctors and cant get a proper diagnosis
Problem is there is no specific pain and i dont even know if there is a more sinister underlying problem.But it has ben affecting me for the last 4 years and now at 21 i dont know if im suppose to live with this forever.