... just curios do you wear glasses (12 replies)
... Did you ever receive any help? (12 replies)
... t go away so he ordered a mri that I'm waiting for. My doctor says its just stress but everyday it seems I'm experiencing more issues. Starting to wonder if it's brain cancer or lung cancer since this all started with pain under right ribs and under shoulder blade.the headaches started about 5 weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
... ugh a spinal tap to measure the amount of cerebral spinal fluid is built up around you brain. When it builds up too much pressure it causes symptoms similar to a brain tumor. ... (6 replies)
... I've been diagnosed with migraines, it's Ike a family trarte I guess cause my entire family has them... But I will be looking for a dr. For it. (2 replies)
... Have you seen a neurologist for this? Has it been diagnosed as migranes? There are so many different kinds of "headaches" and some of them are caused by other things...if you havent seen a neurologist, please do so! (2 replies)
... Hello my name is Jhay I've always had migraines for as long as I can remember but lately I've been having them everyday. For about a week now I've been getting these spasms in my left temple and it works it way around too about my mid forehead. A VERY sharp pain but only last 4-5 sec. I'll loose my vision for a few sec everything's a blur, and I'll get light headed when it's... (2 replies)
... Hello everyone,
My name is Melissa. My youngest daughter has always had crippling headaches vomiting and nausea. We seen several neurologist trying to figure out what was going on. As a mom I figured she was "faking" or did not want to do her chores. In March of 2014 we found out she had a Chiari malformation that measured 20.5 . We were devastated. We met with a NS and... (0 replies)
... Alot of my problems revolve around my prescription being off and not noticing,it will make me dizzy and lightheaded bad.then they gave me coating that was crazed,and I spent months trying to figure it out.my symptoms are almost exactly like on this forum.I'm thinking it just gets my whole system out of wack.I was just wandering if you had astigmatism. (12 replies)
... Yes, why? (12 replies)
... Thank you.let me know if anything helps. (12 replies)
... No. I am still trying to find someone to help me. I suspect a lot of my issues are allergy related, with possible mast cell activator disoerder and EDS. Trying to find someone to help me is like trying to find gold in my backyard. (12 replies)
... a state of mind that decelerates speed of thinking. some say grey cells not enough, not enough blood pumping to brain. Or could it be brain fogging. There are others with similar experiences. Have you got out of this situation totally. ... (0 replies)
... It also showed left brain swelling . ... (6 replies)
... Dear Gul1979,
Do you have any news?
My heart goes out to you. You hang in there. It's so difficult to be a child of a loved one and no say in these issues, and if you do have decision making capacity that can be even harder.
A huge part of recovery is the patient's will to do so. My sister had a stroke after a heart attack brought on by drops of blood that got into a... (6 replies)
... Thank you Amy! (6 replies)
... Yes, he indeed come out of the coma. I didn't know him before his stroke, and wouldn't have guessed there was anything wrong with him. Is is able to do anything. However he was in his 50's when this occurred.
I certainly hope more people read your post that have actually experienced this first hand.
Good luck to both you and your father.
Amy (6 replies)
... Thanks Amy
really appreciate the response .We did speak to the doctor but he says somethings might come back somethings might not ...if at all they do
He says since the huge clot is in left middle cerebral artery there is less chance of revascularisation ( which could have helped in recovery)
The other person with ischemic stroke what happened to him ,did he come out of... (6 replies)
... I know two men who have had strokes. -- one a hemorrhagic, the other ischemic. The ischemic one was put into a medically induced coma for two months. The other one has had the most problems. He is permantly disabled, however lives alone, and is able to most anything with one side of his body.
I replied as no one else has. I know how frustrating that can be. Your best... (6 replies)
... I would really appreciate any response of advise,hope and similar experiences..I am very worried and feeling hopeless
Gul (6 replies)