Attention deficit disorder symptoms nhs

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Avatar f tn Hello, Is there anyone, I mean anyone, out there that has rhythmic movement disorder? I have been violently thrashing my body and head, laterally while asleep or mostly somewhat asleep since I can remember. I am 30 now. It use to consume maybe an hour or two a night but now it is getting drastically worse. I find myself doing it or am told that I, "rock", 4-5 hours a night.
163305 tn?1333672171 Even the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidelines, to which your report refers, do not question that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a “real” brain disorder, rather than a convenient way of labelling a child who is boisterous and disruptive in class. Ask paediatricians how often they saw children with “minimal brain dysfunction”, as ADHD was then known, in the 80s, and their answers range from one in 100 to one in 500.
Avatar f tn Attention Deficit Disorder (I know longer see that Dr.)! HA! Then anxiety again and now I am also having the tingling, buzzing and burning nerve pain. I keep getting asked, Are you just doing too much? Well, yes, I am. I have a 2 year old and a four year old and I am an education major and my husband works all the time and is not helpful when he is home, so Yes, yes I am probably doing a lot, but that doesn't mean that is what's causing all of my symptoms.
Avatar m tn The neuropsychiatrist did the standard sort of memory and IQ testing, which showed there was a short term memory deficit present, but general I.Q etc wasn't too bad. The last 2 neurologists I've seen, have both alluded to some sort of pseudo dementia / psychological condition going on, having ruled out all the more obvious things, along with M.S, vCJD, and anything else more organic.
Avatar n tn We have seen people who are smokers, drinkers, drug users, obese, etc who have had atrophy, and also just normal folks without any inducers. Your symptoms do sound like you have a neurological deficit. What did your neurologist say? How wide was your field defect? Has it changed over time? Has your visual acuity changed lately? I think that I would press your neurologist for some answers. We always worry about mets to the brain in breast cancer.
Avatar m tn What your heart does or does not do during ok periods does not erase the symptoms of your concern. Again, a sleep study would monitor your heart overnight. Whoever this doc is at the clinic, just tell him you wake during the nite with irregular heartbeat and you want a sleep study. If he balks, ask him what you have to do to get one. This is not the time for you to bow down. Stand up for yourself.
551343 tn?1506834118 Thanks for starting this new group, Mrs. Aristotle!! I have been suffering with symptoms on and off for 20 yrs, but since 2006 they have been constant and worsening. I think it was around 2001 or 2002, when I knew that something was terribly wrong, due to extreme fatigue. Went to a neuro this Jan and was dismissed because I am without health ins and could not afford all the required testing.
Avatar n tn I am back at last with a genuine reply. I feel a sort of kinship with both of you, because when I was diagnosed with "subclinical hypothyroidism," and when my then-new endocrinologist (who made the diagnosis) said, "This should be treated," the only symptoms I had were the complete opposite of what you would think hypothyroidism would produce. My story will make the most sense if I give you a bit of background.
Avatar n tn the best you can do right away is to relieve the symptoms with an antihistamine like sudafed or benadryl... But with your urgency I suggest an immediate appt. with an ENT. Please let me know what has happened...and best of luck to you...I know it can make you feel crazed!!
Avatar n tn Are we gonna make it like Rocky? Tingling 2 the Revenge? My suggestion on how to sleep....is 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 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?
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 am a 34 year-old active, white female, average height, very healthy weight. I had an interior carotid dissection over a week ago, they think from a sports trauma (though I didn't do anything where I knowingly hurt myself). Luckily, I have 100% collateral blood flow, no brain damage, no shifting, etc...best possible outcome. Interestingly, in addition, I have tested positive for antiphospholipid antibodies (after testing false-positive for syphilis---common, who knew).
Avatar f tn I've since read up on SPS's and the symptoms are only vaguely similar and seeing as all three of us have the exact same symptoms I doubt it is a simple partial seizure. The symptoms are much to specific to simply be pushed into some vaguely similar preexisting disorder.
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 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.
162948 tn?1205256292 s i am however getting the same symptoms too aswell as some of these symptoms from feeling quezy...my 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 >.