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My 84 year old mother has exactly the same symptoms. She had a mild stroke 2 months ago and made an amazing recovery. But now she is having dizzy spells. Mostly when she gets up in the morning. Her life is hell, she is afraid to do anything. Please if anyone can help let me know!
I know something was happening but just not sure what. Some people said it could be a mini stroke. Has anyone dealt with this before?
My mother is 78 years old and suffered a mild stroke about a year ago, which resulted in some memory loss and no peripheral vision on her left side. She does not remember recipes, some vacations taken and some of her friends names. Currently she seems to have gotten worse with her memory. She does not remember if she has eaten, or if I have stopped by to see her during the week.
That smells of a heart problem! Has he had a full heart exam?
• Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body • Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding • Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes • Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination • Sudden, severe headache with no known cause” Taken from http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?
I had a mild brain stem stroke 10/05 and I just had something happen that is new to me. While on a cruise my bladder felt like it exploded. I had to stay close to a bathroom (still) because I have no warning at all or just a few seconds to make it to the bathroom. Has anyone experienced this?
Feb 2010 I slipped on wet floor & bumped onto the wall making my wrist & ankle painful. My eye muscle got stress like pulling to nose & felt very painful which I had not experienced before.Found seriously diplopia less than 24 hours & my right eyeball went inside to the nose side & couldn't turn out.
Mild bilateral recess, right foraminal stenosis in association with broad-based annular bulge, right foraminal protrusion, mild to moderate facet arthropathy. l5-s1: Mild bilateral foraminal, borderline lateral recess stenosis in association with broad based central annular bulge spur complex, moderate bilateral facet arthropathy. C-Spine Mild posterior disc spur complex is seen, primarily C4-C5 and C6-C7 without significant central canal stenosis.
I am 18 years old and I've been taking the birth control, Yaz, for about 2 years now I also have a history of mild depression, but I've never taken any medication for it. I'm no stranger to feeling sad and sensitive, but lately everything has been upsetting me more than usual, and when nothing is wrong I feel sad and have a lack of motivation more severe than it's ever been.
org/wiki/Postural_orthostatic_tachycardia_syndrome#Causes You can read a plenitude of causes, symptoms, treatments on Wiki. (Wiki offers citations so it's not quite the White Bread that some people think but it does need clarifying.) I saw Lyme disease offered as one of the causes. Perhaps as you continue to treat it may get better. There are also some physical therapies that might help. About the IV---- in case you decide to do it. It's not always the treatment that ends Lyme disease.
//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electroencephalography EEG is a good procedure to differentiate between migraine and epilepsy so please go ahead and get it done. Hope this helps!
In keeping with the theme of nerve problems, I have had others in the past. I had a TIA (mild stroke) in 2005...docs baffled as to why, and I have optic nerve damage due to pigment dispersion syndrome.
They repeated my Blood test, two x-ray. Everything came back normal and I was said i have tachycardia. I continuously had mild chest pain and upper back pain for few minutes and felt shortness of breath for weeks so I made a trip my the same cardiologist. He performed echo cardiogram and repeated my blood test and had my lipid checked. Everything came back normal. Still after months, I do feel chest pain on left side, neck or upper back and shortness of breath nearly twice a week.
Hi Numbness in the leg and toes can be due to a lot of causes like a disc herniation, stroke, hemorrhage, tumor, arteriovenous malformation , effect of some medication, peripheral neuropathy , hypothyroidism, cervical spine disorder, injury, diabetes, arthritis, HIV, lyme disease, etc. Do you have any history of recent injury, raised cholesterol, raised BP, diabetes, cervical spondylosis or any other medical problems?
* Accupunture = which no result at all * Doctors in Singapore and Malaysia, suggest her to take pills, LYRICA and NEURONTIN = give more bad headache, she really can't stand them all. * Been to Neurologist in Singapore and Malaysia but none of them can found out. * Been to Dental Implant Doctors in several Hospital in Singapore and Malaysia, no result at all. * Even been to Amsterdam, Netherland two times and met Professor, and he also can't tell.
I forgot to mention I did have an older aunt AGE 55 who suffered acute pancreatitis with extremly horrible pain, however she is an extremely heavy drinker for over 40 years. She also suffered a stroke due to her alcholism. She literally wakes up in the morning to have a beer. Me I drink only a few times a year. My neighbor is a young man in his early 20's and he drinks heavily as well, he is also had horrible pain.
Hi, Anxiety neurosis is a mild deviation of mind with unpleasant, distressing emotion usually to be distinguished from fear. Whenever the victim is anxious the adrenaline and cortisone are released in the blood stream. It quickens the heart with palpitation, breathing becomes shallow; the muscles becomes tense; the energy is wasted with this abnormal situation which leads to unbounded tiredness and headache.
“A transient ischemic attack (TIA, often colloquially referred to as “mini stroke”) is caused by the changes in the blood supply to a particular area of the brain, resulting in brief neurologic dysfunction that persists, by definition, for less than 24 hours; if symptoms persist then it is categorized as a stroke.” “The most common cause of a TIA is an embolus that occludes an artery in the brain.
//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibromyalgia Please discuss these possibilities with your physician and keep us posted!
when i masterbate i play around with my impotent penis untill im about to climax which gives me a fully erect penis. then i barely stroke the base and hold back the climax untill i cant hold it anymore. once i came i noticed it wasnt that satisfying and it somewhat hurt in my uretha or on the bottom right below the head not a large pain but not the good feeling i get there when i use to come when i was younger.
I have also just now experienced this at 50 yrs old for the first time. I also suffer from bad migraines, and have horrible fibromyalgia. But, I also have a "charlie-horse" type sharp cramp under the chin when I yawn. Has anyone had this explained to them, or do you know if it goes with these cramp type pains in both sides of my neck (carotid arteries)??? Please help if you can.
//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sensory_integration Cheers........
My brain MRI has ~6 high intensity T2 spots and 2 larger lesions, but they are unchanged so far, did not enhance with contrast, and are non-specific in etiology, though migraines were listed as a possible etiology. One of my ongoing issues is ghosting, or mild double vision. It began in May, went away while on steroids, and has returned. I also sometimes see things like gray cirlces and flashing lights in my field of vision, but only for a few mintues.
It's ok not to know the answer. At the time of the stroke symptoms I had I was using the birth control patch Ortho Evra. I was told by everyone to stop. I did. I haven't had any other kind of episode. No headaches before or after. I had a dull ache in my head while I lost vision and had numbness in my left side in November when I went to the ER. Is there a way to really tell the difference between a TIA and a Complicated headache?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simvastatin I'm curious for your enlightenment on the above statement, as if I get it right, doesn't it mean that Simvastatiin itself can cause hepatic Cirrhosis?
5 -no rescue drugs) may have been a sign the anemia was causing heart damage, possibly causing the signs I have of mild heart failure now...I keep thinking there must be another explanation for the palpitations and swelling in my lower legs, but as yet, haven't come up with anything... Anyone have any input on this? -My liver biopsy was 1/1, so liver damage probably isn't the cause either...
I have been following the Vascular Involvement theory in MS for some time and have noticed there are many links to other diseases and recently there is allot of comment on spine alignment with the skull. This article is one of many the has caught my attention. Original Research Eighty-One Patients with Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease Undergoing Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care to Correct Vertebral Subluxation: A Retrospective Analysis Erin L. Elster, D.C.
do we know yet why a much higher percentage of HCV+ individuals seem to suffer stroke and cerebral hemmorhage?....You have to also wonder if the virus, which runs rampant in the blood stream as we know so well, also damages the walls of the arteries and veins, or even heart tissues....and so on and so on.... I have always rankled at the term "a liver virus" when doctors refer to HCV.
Only four weeks?) fairly mild to mod along with itchy scalp 'creepy crawly sensation on my scalp, very mild now, which doctor said is anxiety. I have taken every pain killer on the market but none work. I have been to the doctor 5 times 2 different doctors who have both said that it is 'tension headache' that is being kept going by my anxiety. I had an MRI scan 2 years ago (That will not give the present brain-picture. Maybe you had the SAME quality of headache then?
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