I got sick in Jan of 2006. I was on my way home from work a 50 mile drive, usually about an hour away, it took my about 2 and a half hours that day I had to stop every 4to 5 miles to throw up. It was the worst thing I had ever experienced I could not believe it, what was wrong with me? A few days later I had to call from work for a ride home because I was having double vision, this lasted about 2 weeks, I decided it must be time to see a doctor. He sent me to an eye dr. who said "well yes you do need eye glasses but not for double vision just for near sightedness, the double vision is neurological", I thought you have got to be kidding me. Back to the dr I go! He then sends me to a neurologist who does several tests everything from an MRI to an EEG to a Sleep Study only to tell me that its not neurological. Well of course its not how could it be? By this time the vision has cleared up and I feel ok just a little fatigued (probably from all the crap they have just put me through only to tell me that there is nothing wrong with me). My job transfers me closer to home since I have been so sick, I no sooner get settled in at this location and I start have uncontrollable seizures, (now remember that there was nothing wrong with me), a second neurologist sends me on for an EKG and I have a seizure on their EKG table, they hospitalize me, oh goody, they have to put me into a medication induced coma to get these seizures under controll and life flight me to a hospital where they can do long term monitering to find out if these are epileptic seizures or not. This is getting rediculous. I have numbness and tingling in the right side of my body, I have aches and severe pain in my hips, knees, ankles, hands, and fingers, I have dizziness, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, severe migraines, numbness in my hands, loss of balance, and now am suffering from some sort of memory confusion and behavior changes. Yet after seeing about 13 doctor including 4 different mental health professionals not one single person can figure out what it is that wrong with me. I am not crazy, they have ruled that out.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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