In April I went to my primary care doctor for a lump in my armpit and severe headaches. She gave me augmentin and Lexapro cause she said I was depressed. I went back 2 weeks later and the lump was still there but now I had headaches and dizziness. She did bloodwork and I came back in a month still had the lump and the headaches and dizziness as well as trouble thinking and feeling like I was going to pass out. She sent me to a surgeon and they removed the lump and said they were reactive lymph nodes which means they were trapping an infection. So I went back to the primary doctor and she prescribed augmentin again and said my liver enzymes were elevated and referred me to a GI doctor and a neurologist for my other problems. So I went to the GI doctor who did an ultrasound and blood work. The ultrasound was normal and the blood work still showed elevated liver enzymes but no autoimmune diseases. So he said he didnt want me to come back for 6 months. In the mean time I tested positive for HPV and had to have a colposcopy and they determined that I have the cells that cause cervical cancer and I am at CIN1. I will have to have colposcopies done every 6 months. So finally I go to the neurologist and at this point I am walking into doorways, the dizziness is worse, the headaches are about a 7 daily, I am having balance issues, feel like I am going to pass out, and am getting confused with daily task. They do an MRI and say it is all normal then the right side of my face goes numb. I have no feeling in my face. They say I am depressed and prescribe Cymbalta and a muscle relaxer. I still have the symptoms that brought me there as well as now the right side of my face is numb. I dont know what to do and I am feeling like they think I am making this stuff up or it is all in my mind and that the depression they say I have is causing all of this. Can anyone help?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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