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Whats wrong with me?!?

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  • Posted By: Kathalene
  • July 14, 2007
  • 06:24 AM

Recently i've been having migraines. I have never had them before in my life so when I got one about 3 months ago it really scared me. I went to the Dr and he told me it was a migraine gave me a shot and put me on some fluids then sent me home with some meds. Well about 2 weeks later another one but I had meds for it, so no need to go back to the Dr. Well a week later another they have become so frequent. So I decided that it was time to go back to the Dr, Once again he gave me some meds and sent me on my way. Well I've been dealing with them. As of 2 weeks ago I started to get another migraine except this one was different it didn't go away. It did however become easier to handle. Except now not only have I had a headache for 2 weeks I've been feeling confused, weak, uncoordinated, clumsy, I've had shaking in my hands, And also a pulsing numb feeling that starts at my eyes and rushes down my body, I have had nausea, I've had problems speaking and putting what im thinking into words, sometimes when I talk I sound as if I'm drunk. my vision goes in and out of focus, I feel like im losing my mind and memories. My short term memories are shot. and it takes me so long to do things that i use to do like cooking for example, When I walk around or sit up i feel like im going to pass out i get that black out feeling then weakness in my legs. I know this email is all messed up but its just so hard for me to concentrate on typing. Well so yes I've been to see 2 different Dr's in the past 2 week since this started happening and they just tell me its migraines give me some meds and send me home. I'm really annoyed by this because I just know something is wrong with me I'm only 24 y.o not over weight and for the most part healthy. I feel like these dr's are just giving me the run around they haven't run any test at all. I will go back to the Dr until they give me a reason for why im feeling like this. but if anyone is having problems like this or might know what is it please reply. Thats if you can make any sense of my jumbled up jibberish.

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  • Kathalene, please visit the "I cannot get a diagnosis" forum and read a few threads there."Want Answers, read here!!!!!!!!!!!!"The Truth About CFS/ME"CFS/ME/Morgellons/Alzheimers.I believe you may be having symptoms of a mycoplasma related illness. Here is a list of some sx associated with one mycoplamsa related disease. Sore throat, chills, sweats, low body temperature, low grade fever, lymphadenopathy, muscle weakness (or paralysis), muscle pain, muscle twitches or spasms, gelling of the joints, hypoglycaemia, hair loss, nausea, vomiting, vertigo, chest pain, cardiac arrhythmia, resting tachycardia, orthostatic tachycardia, orthostatic fainting or faintness, circulatory problems, opthalmoplegia, eye pain, photophobia, blurred vision, wavy visual field, and other visual and neurological disturbances, hyperacuity, tinnitus, alcohol intolerance, gastrointestinal and digestive disturbances, allergies and sensitivities to many previously well-tolerated foods, drug sensitivities, stroke-like episodes, nystagmus, difficulty swallowing, weight changes, paresthesias, polyneuropathy, proprioception difficulties, myoclonus, temporal lobe and other types of seizures, an inability to maintain consciousness for more than short periods at a time, confusion, disorientation, spatial disorientation, disequilibrium, breathing difficulties, emotional lability, sleep disorders; sleep paralysis, fragmented sleep, difficulty initiating sleep, lack of deep-stage sleep and/or a disrupted circadian rhythm. Neurocognitive dysfunction may include cognitive, motor and perceptual disturbances. Cognitive dysfunction may be pronounced and may include; difficulty or an inability to speak (or understand speech), difficulty or an inability to read or write or to do basic mathematics, difficulty with simultaneous processing, poor concentration, difficulty with sequencing and problems with memory including; difficulty making new memories, difficulty recalling formed memories and difficulties with visual and verbal recall (eg. facial agnosia). There is often a marked loss in verbal and performance intelligence quotient (IQ). Your symptoms are in red. You do not need to exhibit every symptom in order to have one of these illnesses. I have all of your symptoms and many more...Hope you are feeling better soon...mommy cat:)
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