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Question: Weird Neuro Symptoms - No Conclusions - Help??


 Tugboat - Mon Jul 09, 2007 8:38 am

39 YO Female with anxiey/poor cervical spine alignment, TMJ and carpl tunnel. For 5 years I have been having the following symptoms off and on: tingling (hands and feet), finger numbness, blurred vision, tension headaches, ear fullness, disequilbrium, leg weakness, chronic neck and shoulder pain and fatigue. Have had 2 negative MRIs and tried PT for almost a year. No one can figure out why I am having this combination of symptoms (help!!) I am also scheduled to have an upper endoscopy and colonoscopy for a suspected hiatal hernia and anemai concerns........
 Dr. Chan Lowe - Thu Jul 19, 2007 12:45 pm

User avatar It is difficult to explain all your symptoms by one condition. Many of your symptoms would be explained by a peripheral nerve problem. You may need to have some nerve conduction studies done.

Also, I would recommend having your blood sugar checked if it hasn't been. Diabetes can cause essentially all of your symptoms.

Best wishes.

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