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Forum Name: Neurology Topics
|ToddFriendly - Tue Aug 14, 2007 11:25 pm||
Hi,I am a 25 year old male,with no past diagnoses or surgeries. My family history of illnesses is clean.I am suffering daily for 2 years, from headaches,blurred vision,lightheadedness,tachycardia,palpitations,heat intolerance,neck and spine pain. I have seen a cardiologist,neurologist,endocronologist,ENT,allergist,opthalmologist,and chiropractor.I have had 24 hr holter monitor,tilt table test,ekg,eng,adrenaline test,thyroid test,blood glucose test,MRI of head and neck,CT scan of head and temporal bone echocardiogram and many others.I have never had a Spinal tap or GI workup done though.I am currently on a beta-blocker for the palpitations and tachycardia.This problem is really taking a toll on everything now.I don't know were else to go for an answer.If you can help it would be very much appreciated,what you people do is amazing.Thank you.
|Debbie Miller, RN - Thu Aug 16, 2007 1:21 pm||
You have certainly exhausted the physical evaluations. At this point I would recommend a psychological work up. There are real physical illnesses that are the result of brain chemicals. Seeing a therapist and/or psychiatrist could help uncover any possible problems along this line. There are effective treatments so it is definitely worthwhile to check it out.
Aside from this, I am at a loss. Even if you don't find the cause, perhaps you could learn some therapies to help ease the symptoms. Good luck.
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