Hello all Im new to the site and thought I might get some advice or just some views on what might be going on with me. Ok so heres a lil info as to why Im going to see a neurologist. For a few years now I have been having ALOT of health problems with ALOT of symptoms. I have been having bladder issues such as: not being able to completely empty my bladder, sometimes I cant even urinate at all. When I am unable to urinate (my uroligist gave me sterile cath kits) I have to cath myself several times a day for days at a time. I also have swelling of the bladder with lots of pain in the lower belly which at times feels like someone is squeezing the life out of me. My uroligist did a urodynamics test on me which showed that the nerves from the brain to the bladder were not sending signals correctly or at all. Also the muscle in the bladder is not getting the message that my bladder is full and time to empty its self. My uroligist then asked me a bunch of questions and here are the other symptoms that worried him and made him refer me to the neuro doc: I have tingiling and burning at times in my arms that causes my elbow area to swell and this gets to be very painful, I have tingling in my legs that shoots pain from the top of either side of my buttocks down the back of my legs, at times I have dizzy spells, I am always tired and runned down, I often bump into things and seem to be very clumsy(bad injuries have been result of this such as:broken toes, huge bruises and even falling down), my symptoms also seem to feel worse when I am overly hot from either the tempature outside or just doing regular housework. So I guess my question is could all of these symptoms be related or do I just seem to have alot of bad stuff going on inside me. Also why the consult with the neuro doc, what could be wrong like what kind of disorder would the neuro be checking me for? lastly has anyone else had similar things wrong with them and if so what did your doc find? thanks for your time and any insight as to what might be going on with me would me would be greatly appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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