I've been suffering with what I thought was a recurrence of vertigo/vestibular disorder (I had suspected labyrinthitis 2 yrs ago).
However, the symptoms seemed to progress differently to the previous episode. Things have worsened rather than gradually improved and I have other symptoms that don't quite seem to fit.
Every morning when I wake up, I feel like my head is full of lead. I'm imbalanced 24/7, but it gets really bad if I have to walk outside (after 5 mins, I feel I might keel over), or if I have to concentrate on anything. Even having a conversation for too long tires me out and can even result in slurred speech. My depth perception is shot and I keep dropping things. My brain feels scrambled and, although I write for a living, some days I struggle to put an email together. I have other minor symptoms like tinnitus, tingly or numb fingers, mouth and feet.
I'm 33 and have already been cleared for diabetes, vitamin deficiency etc. My MRI came back as "essentially normal" but with "a slight widening of the horizontal cerebellar fissure on the right hemisphere." The radiologist was unsure what it was down to (and I have no idea what it means anyway). I'm currently under both ENT and neurology, but both seem to think it's the other's department!
Any ideas what to do next? Or other suggestions? Many thanks!
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