I am a 67 year old woman that has diabetes for 30 years. In 1998 I started to suffer from diabetic neuropathy and slowly went downhill from there, suffering a heart attack in 2005. I have thyroid issues and am having a biopsy on Dec. 10, 2014.
My problems do not seem related to my thyroid tumor.
I am dizzy, nauseous, suffer from headaches and have a loss of energy. I have gone online to look up symptoms which is a bad thing to do, and have noticed that I do seem to have other minor symptoms that might go along with a brain problem. A tremor in my left hand, which my doctor has noticed, and worsening eyesight after cataract surgery.
My maternal grandfather and my half-sister both passed from brain cancer, hence my attempt at looking for help before I spend the money on tests.
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