I would like to know if anyone can help me or if they have similar symptoms. I have been searching and going to doctors and no real conclusion.
My symptoms started this past August I was cleaning my house and suddenly got very week, and so tired, I couldn’t keep my eyes open or my head up, I thought I needed to eat so I tired but I just couldn’t put the energy into it. It’s just hasn’t stopped since that first time.
Weakness in arms, legs – feels very heavy; a cookie was too heavy for one arm to hold up. I can’t walk by myself, my legs feel like jello I can’t control my arms, if I try to pick up a cup it take a while for my hand to find the cup
Slurred speech – can’t get the words out right
Mind completely with it – no confusion
My mind is slow – feels like I just out of it
Slow reactions, I know I have to pick up to move something but my arms don’t do it right away
Twitching or Jerking of neck, arm, legs, some times all sometimes just one – some times none
My eyes can’t focus on one thing, like to watch TV my eyes won’t stay there
More recently - tingling in arm, or just one finger, legs feel itchy inside, my hand can't keep still I need to rub my face or something to keep them busy.
I did suddenly get excema last year the dermatologist thought it was odd, because I am 28 was 27 then and he said usually excema just doesn’t start, normally early childhood. Assuming unrelated but wasn't sure.
I have gone to the ER, and multiple doctors, the ER thought I was having a stoke (very similar symptoms they told me) but that wasn't it. I have had MRI, MRI with Contrast, CT Scan, EEG, EKG, and lots of blood tests– everything comes back pretty much normal other then the MRI shows small pituitary tumor (blood test for hormones comes back normal) and a small cyst in the cerebellum. The doctor thinks that it may be the small tumor but with the blood test being normal there really isn’t anything that they can do.
If everything is normal then what would be causing these symptoms?
Can anyone help?
Thank you for listening.
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