Attention deficit disorder symptoms mayo clinic

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Avatar f tn And knowing the reputation of the Mayo Clinic, he would of also had to had a neon sign flashing MS MS MS because they do not usually dx MS unless there is a truck load of irrefutable evidence! I'm sorry but your thoughts are already jumping way too far ahead, your already worrying about the financial impact to you and yours, and you may not actually ever be diagnosed MS.........
1734603 tn?1310425995 Apart from Attention deficit hyperactive disorder, ADHD, you need to be investigated for multiple sclerosis by your neurologist. MS is a chronic demyelinating disorder also. MS is a chronic demyelinating disorder where the disease phase is characterized by active phase and remissions. It has multiple symptoms and signs and is a diagnosis of exclusion.
Avatar n tn My research found that a study done by (I believe) the Mayo Clinic found that in a large number of patients evaluated with sinus problems that fungus of one type or another was found living in the sinus. So, if you get fungus (like molds) in your sinus, how do you kill them? That's a good question. I used the Caprylic Acid intended for the Candida overgrowth to also address this problem (theoretically). I also used some nasal products like NeilMed's Saline Sinus Rinse.
Avatar m tn wow all those symptoms are the same symptoms for parasitic worms
189586 tn?1297257661 5-HTP is used for sleep disorders, depression, anxiety, migraine and tension-type headaches, fibromyalgia, binge eating associated with obesity, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and along with prescription drugs to treat seizure disorder and Parkinson's disease. How does it work? 5-HTP works in the brain and central nervous system by increasing the production of the chemical serotonin.
Avatar m tn Perlmutter, the rate at which a Parkinson's patient will decline perfectly correlates with the elevation of their blood sugar) Migraines, Seizure disorders like epilepsy, Autoimmune disorders like multiple sclerosis (MS), Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Core Ingredients of a Brain-Healthy Diet Dr. Perlmutter emphasizes the importance of favoring above-ground colorful vegetables, as these contain less starch, which your body breaks down into simple sugars.
Avatar f tn i also am experiencing attention deficit that has resulted in some close calls when i am driving. now i do not drive long distances and try to be extra vigilant when i do drive.
Avatar m tn Sometimes the thoughts are so silly, I just laught out loud in the morning or after a nap. My guess is that it's a type of attention deficit disorder, resulting from too much screen time, or repetition of daily tasks. When a person is bombarded with too much repetition, the brain eventually goes into a kind of screensaver mode, where it just keeps itself busy with pointless tasks, ie. connecting random thoughts. Repetition is something that humans have used to brainwash people for milenia.
Avatar m tn When I go into a doctors office now, I have an entire notebook of my research from reputable places like the Mayo Clinic or the Endocrinology Foundation and demand they answer my questions. If they don't, I leave and find another doctor. You can have anxiety and sleep apnea, but remember that sleep apnea causes a fear of falling asleep and you will wake up with a start as your body knows your not getting enough oxygen. A simple home test can rule this out.
551343 tn?1506834118 Blood work does not show Lupus. In a few weeks I go to Mayo clinic, I really hope this will give me some answers, but am not convinced it will since it has been so many years with no answers already. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions please let me know. Together it sure makes this Limbo land a little easier...........
Avatar n tn So he is trying a Beta Blocker with me. In the literature from the Mayo Clinic it states that this can help with some tremors. I am also taking 400mg of Magnesium at night before bed. I started this on May 20th so it is too soon to tell if it is working. With the event monitor do you have to press the button when you have a tremor? It seems like that would wake you up for sure. Keep my posted! Hope your day is a nice one!
Avatar n tn She is so exhausted that she can't fight no more against medical community in order to admit the origin of her symptoms and to push them to try to find a beginnning of solution. Is there any progress in the comprehension of the cause of these symptoms ? Are there some new treatments that appeared recently to counteract exhaustion and pains ? Do people group themselves in associations to better fight against this disaster ?
Avatar f tn However, of interest, my main doctor at the Mayo Clinic recommended seeing a NUCCA chiropractor. They are quite different from a traditional chiropractor, in that they take x-rays of the cervical spine and look for subluxations, (basically, wrong angles, twists, bends, etc), and then thier manipulations are very gentle. At any rate, for anyone with shoullder, neck, arm, etc, I would recommend taking a look at their website. www.nucca.
Avatar n tn I finally went to the Mayo clinic and they gave me a steroid shot in my ear and instead of calling it "meniere's" they said it was endolymphatic hydrops. A more exact diagnose. I just found out there is a book by a Dr. R. Gacek, he taught at Harvard and has been past president of the Otolaryngologist Society. The book title is "Viral Neuropathies of the Temporal Bone".
Avatar n tn she is going to be tested for ehlers-danlos which she may have been already checked for, neurologists did not tell us just what they looked for. i am ready to check out the mayo clinic and see what they may know. this is a very scary problem, as some have stated, in that how does one carry on with life - physical activity or not. our daughter was told she could not do most all activities and for how long??? anyone's guess.....
Avatar n tn I ran this thought process past the head of Otolaryngology at the Mayo Clinic, who had also never heard of such a problem, and he concurred that this theory did make sense. However, there were no guarantees due to the fact that no one had ever seen or heard of anything like it before. So, I went ahead with the surgery on 10/26/06. It seemed to go well. For 3 months, I had no problems. Then on 1/23/07, it popped again, just like it had always done.
Avatar m tn Gotte That's very interesting. The symptoms you describe fit mine. From what I understand, CSR is diagnosable on a dilated exam, of which I've had many. my symptoms have also occurred over a 9-year period, so if it's some chronic recurring form of CSR, you'd think I'd have a diagnosis by now. I haven't been able to isolate any "triggers" for my spots, which is why my doctors are now suggesting some form of migraine variant. Do you have migraines with aura?
Avatar n tn Are we gonna make it like Rocky? Tingling 2 the Revenge? My suggestion on how to already known! Ok, I don't want to transform all of you in a bunch of drug addicted, but have you tried a tranquillizer just once? Just to see whether your tingling diminishes the moment you calm down? @rnneeedshelp: as my "colleague" has written, you are anxious over the symptoms, not the opposite, and the same is for all of us.
Avatar f tn Treating my obstructive sleep apnea and periodic limb movement disorder markedly improved all of those symptoms, though did not totally resolve all of them. One of the tests used to diagnose narcolepsy is the MSLT, where you take several naps during the day to see how quickly you fall asleep and if you reach REM.
363682 tn?1299492962 Are there any other associated symptoms with your headaches like blurring of vision, seeing bright waves or lines? Any associated weakness or numbness that comes with the headaches? Any underlying systemic disease like hypertension and diabetes? Do keep us posted.
Avatar n tn I've the exact same symptoms, 3.5 years running. Mine, too, started while doing frequent lifting while working at a retail location, often with 12 hour shifts, standing on unpadded concrete. I've since had 100% desk jobs with no improvement. Pain isn't really all that big of a deal since it rarely lasts past 30 minutes after I wake up. I'm just sick of the insomnia. I've been to a variety of "care providers." with absolutely no results.
Avatar m tn I posted this info before, but it was a reply to someone else's similar post... I am a 23 year old healthy male. I recently had a full physical and the results were that I am in above average health. I have no diseases, do not use drugs, but drink on occasion. Anyways, just started noticing these strange symptoms, within the past few weeks. Nothing "brought it on" so to speak that I can tell of.
Avatar f tn Pharmacologic intervention may improve or eliminate your symptoms, if your symptoms resulted from dental surgical procedures. Possible useful medications include, but not limited to, anticonvulsants,such as gabapentin,lyric, antidepressants, such as,amitryptyline, duolexitin, and many others. Seeing an experienced orofacial pain specialist or neurologist is advised.
Avatar n tn Within the first 3 days I became violently ill. Food poising like symptoms. I don’t know if it was the MET or bad sushi. My mother (my roommate) is a diabetic so; we’ve been eating our meals based on her diet. LOW CARBS, NO SUGAR, lots of salmon and chicken. When I do fall off the wagon, the sugar does upset my stomach. So, no more refined sugar for me. I use replacements like Agave Nectar (light), honey crisp apples or Vita waters for my sweet tooth.
162948 tn?1205256292 s i am however getting the same symptoms too aswell as some of these symptoms from feeling symptoms are peeing allot....cramps..back ache my temperature fluctuating allot...feeling very tired even though i go to bed early....and very thirsty and about 10 mins after having a drink wanting to go again...and a bubbly feeling in my stomach not like butterflys or the feeling of gas but more kinda like electricity, i have not tested yet >.