I am desperate. Help. I am retired. I went to an ENT doctor and the all day testing of my inner ears was all negative. I can hear fine but I have problems understanding speech, especially on the phone. I have ringing of both ears. Recently, sometimes I have problems talking or I may lose my voice. I can choke and choke, and this is without any food or fluids. My closed MRI's, evoked potentials, and lab tests were all negative. I am not allergic to anything. I am on hypothyroidism medication as my main medication. I am not diabetic. I am in bed 24/7 because of undiagnosed, vast and numerous, progressive and relentless, non-stop neuromuscular problems that began overnight, including severe vertigo and neuropathy below the knees. I have shooting and stabbing pains. I have numbness and tingling, hot and cold sensations. I was very recently in the hospital for a few days for severe pain from head to toes. The hospital gave me IV Solu-Medtrol and IV saline solution, which greatly helped. I have gradually lost my diaphram, esphogeal, and digestive muscles. I won't have ventilation or tube feeding. I have a perfect cardiac history. Recently, I have vertigo so severe that it literally throws you to the ground. I can barely walk because the vertigo causes severe staggering. I have severe ataxia of gait. Sometimes either or both leg or/and either or both arm will suddenly give out, then later, the legs or/and arms are fine. I remain positive but I am astounded and shocked that I cannot be diagnosed as having something wrong. Help. Mr. Dana Karl Hall
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