I have been diagnosed with Peripheral Neuritis and Labyrinitis. Suffer with severe head pain, normally on left side close to mastoid bone, vertigo, constipation, phlegm on the lungs, bronchitis, asthma, painful legs on walking, otitis media, bloating, when eating small amounts make me feel full, coating over the eyes which causes my vision to blur and struggle to remove, have trifocal lenses with a prism for the eyes, tingling in arms and hands, feet if pressure applied ( lying in bed ) in same position within a half hour. Have had an operation, of which the procedure was call De Quervain on wrist, have high cholestral ( hereditary ), radiolapathy in L5 and L6 and rotation of spine, and scolios, causing left side to be shorter than right, insulin resistant, yet had gestational diabetes, numerous operations for tumours and cysts, hysterectomy, fibromas in breasts, carotid angiogram of which the results to me was " you can die today, tomorrow or live a hundred years, we cannot operate". Space between the vertebrae of the neck almost gone and the coccyx bone on x-ray is at a 95% angle. Doctors want to operate and put in a plate in lower back! I am tired of all the operations and would appreciate a prognosis as well as solutions to my ailments.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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