I am 20 and I have hadfairly severe 24/7 headaches for 5 months, dizzy spells with any physical exertion whatsoever, and blurry vision with reading, even though vision tests show my eyes have vision slightly better than 20/20.
This all started five months ago when I noticed I was getting dizzy and feelings of nausea after wrestling practice, other symptoms following shortly. (I wrestled for my college, I've had to leave both school and sport for the time being.) This led my doctor to beleive I had post concussive syndrome, but I never hit my head and 5 months is way to long to show symptoms of this. Tension headaches were also considered, but I have always been a low stress personality, and high stress would not explain dizziness and blurry vision. Even if it did, Now I am at home with my family, spending time trying to relax and recoup, My only activity is coaching kids rugby, which i enjpy greatly, so I think any possible stress would have dissapated by now.
I've had all sorts of blood work and scans showing normal results, so I went to a top neurologist. He gave me a definitive diagnosis witha treatment plan, but backpedaled on it at my next visit, saying he no longer knew what was wrong. I believe his hope was that my problem would sort itslef out in the time between the visit where he gave the diagnosis and the visit he backpedaled on his diagnosis.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what could be wrong?
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