Multiple sclerosis zapper

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Other possibilities include inner ear dysfunction, a headache variant called a primary stabbing headache (which often occurs in people with migraine and usually lasts a fraction of a second but can last for up to one minute in some people), neuropathy (i.e., nerve injury), and even multiple sclerosis. However, one of the most common cause is related to stress (what is called somatization disorder), especially if this has been an ongoing issue without further neurological findings.
Some hypthesized migrains, multiple sclerosis, stress, etc... i have seen tons of MDs, neurologists, you name it.. after reading about a possible diagnosis i came to the lyme disease issue and decided to get tested by IgeneX. According to the lab i was positive for Lyme disease (western blot), but negative according to CDC. Later I decided to get tested for coinfections and came out Bartonella positive (menaing i have had the bacteria).
That's a bland way of saying that IDSA and its members will continue to drag their feet and diagnosis patients with Lyme symptoms as as having emotional issues, or multiple sclerosis, or depression, or something that can't be identified, but it surely can't be Lyme because the patient doesn't fit within the restrictive IDSA diagnostic guidelines and is offered two weeks of antibiotics for an infection by bacteria that hide in the body and reproduce much more slowly than other bacteria for whic
My Neurologist prescribes Provigil, which is primarily prescribed for narcolepsy, but also treats the crushing fatigue of Multiple Sclerosis. I also take Cymbalta, which stop the zapping. However, Cymbalta has a lot of side effects (for me) and I'm ready to stop taking it. I do have Electric Shock sensations that are brough on by eye movement and travel down the back of my neck and into my hands. Like most of you here...
I have been seeing physcaritrists, practitioners, neurologists, have gotten catscan and MRI done, and all the bloodwork tests. All of this hasn't given me anything. I was actually hoping that I have multiple sclerosis because that would explain a lot of this. However, the MRI didn't show any legions. I've tried fish oil, vitamins, excersie, healthy social behavior, I have done everything to try to feel better and clear my head up.
During this year I have had 4 MRIs of brain, 2 MRIS of neck and spine, 2 evoked potentials, blood works, visual field tests, EEGs (2), optic nerve tomography. EVERYTHING NORMAL. I have seen several neurologists, one thought I had Multiple Sclerosis but then it got ruled out since the MRIS were all normal along this time. What can I do?
my 11 year old son had a virus on Thanksgiving 5 days later he started itching from head to toe no rash no hives nothing. we started him on benadryl and calamine lotiong, not relief so the Doctor gave him allegra and cortisone, no relief. Then the dermatologist gave him a shot of kenalog, and prescription cortisone. still no relief after two emergency room visits they gave him hydroxine and blood workups for kidney, liver, and thyroid came back normal.
24 hour urinary test over 1-3 week period is recommended to more accurately assess vitamin B6 status. Eating a balance whole diet is best; if you take multiple supplements - make sure you are not exceeding the RDA and if you are taking medications - check with your pharmacist and MD about Drug Nutrient Interactions. Some meds may interfere with those supplements or vice versa. Hope this helps! Stay Healthy (Referenced from S.
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