I can't walk or draw a straight line,and it looks really weird when I walk.I've seen different types of doctors,a neurologist,an ENT,and a regular physican,and I have had different kinds of tests(x-rays,MRI,bloodwork,tilt table,etc)but they all show nothing.I was diagnosed with sleep apnea,and use a CPAP machine to sleep,but I still have headaches(though not as severe)when I wake up.My feet are always cold,and when I climb ladders or step higher,I get really light headed.It's gotten really frustrating being told "it's neurological,but we don't know what's causing it"Does anyone have any ideas what this might be?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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