I'm 27 years old, female, generally in good health.
Three months ago I started getting various symptoms, including (in no particular order), severe headaches, severe loss of balance, visual disturbances (flashing lights and black spots), fatigue, pins and needles in arms, hands, feet, head, face, and back/neck, some memory problems, and stabbing electrical pains.
This was diagnosed as cerebellitis, which from what I can gather seems to be very rare. There don't seem to be any resources, so I've been reading up on encaphalitis as I think it is somewhat similar.
Anyway - just wondering if there's anyone else here with the same diagnosis. I heard a stat of "one in two million" somewhere, so I might be better off in the rare diseases section, lol.
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