... My grandfather cerebral hemorrhage,and confusion now.
the CT scan report:
Right frontal lobe can be flaky fresh group of high density, size of about 5.5X2.7X3.5cm, trouble systems expand, sulci, split brain and brain pool widened, no displacement of midline structures
someone help me? I am from China.Shanghai.
Our Doctor say just sleep now,make his own recovery.
Such... (0 replies)
... Hi all, i've been having strange headaches and other symptoms, so i had a brain MRI done, and the report doesn't say anything about Chiari, but looking at the images, i can see i may have it. ... (0 replies)
I have a pineal cyst measures 1.7cm which is on the upper scale. and they also said don't cause symptoms etc but they do. Constant headache, vision problems, balance issue, sleep issue, extreme fatigue, the list goes on.
I notice your in australia there is an excellent neurosurgeon by the name of dr teo I know he is well known for these cyst procedures. Maybe... (2 replies)
... Hi darling.
Has your mum been on any ssri? (Anti depressant)
Sounds like nerves miss firing, can be a side effect from medications. , I get this also.
Has she had a ct scan or mri? I think this is important to rule out anything serious. Also the pressure when lying down could be hydrocephollus which is build up of csf (cerebbul spinal fluid). Also I have a cyst on the... (1 replies)
... I am sort of in the same boat as you, just at the opposite end. I sit like a zombie all day too, with a foggy brain that actually hurts when I try to focus it on anything vaguely taxing (like looking at the television longer than ten seconds). But I do think. I think constantly. I explore every random pathway my mind goes down, to the n th degree. I have conversations in my... (4 replies)
... in doing some research on just "brain fog", my wife just started taking birth control pills, previously she had an IUD, this week we also started taking sertreline 50mg as well, do you think there could be some type of interaction between the two??? (7 replies)
... ok, just went to lunch with my wife, she had an episode while we were eating, i noticed that all of a sudden she stopped talking, and then just starred off into space, i asked her if she was having an episode, she did not reply other than to look at me an smile, once it was over, lasted several minutes, she said she felt along with the fogginess was a pressure along her... (7 replies)
... An EEG is done to map brain wave activity. She should see a neurologist if the description fits. ... (7 replies)
... my wife has been experiencing the following over the past few days...about 3 to 4 times a day, she zones out, she says it feel like there is this fog in her brain, there is apart of her that is aware this is going on, but she is unable to shake it off, she just needs to stay very still, even hold herself very tight, then after a bit of time she feel completely fine, like... (7 replies)
... Would love to have you join the FB group for brain abscess for family..this is closed group so not for all to see. If you would like to share info..group leader is Anne Jolley...think you would enjoy... ... (5 replies)
... Thank you so very much for sharing this information. I will pass this along to my daughter Kari as soon as I reply. This is so interesting as this is such a rare thing for females, in particular and we still do not know the cause. Thanks again and hope to hear from you soon. Jan V (5 replies)
... Hello, Jay, hope your daughter is doing well. I had brain abscess surgery june of 2012, and it's been a long road to recovery. ... (5 replies)
... MRI results were brain abscess 8.45x5.71mm with edema 48x48mm in left parietal lobe. ... (5 replies)
... sometimes I have to get up. Usually, I can just mentally tell my brain to "stop". I sometimes even give my head a little shake to shake it off. ... (4 replies)
... First off, I would search out a physiologic reason for your mental state. I would certainly get a thyroid profile on blood done, and ask for an MRI of brain and possibly PET scan, which shows brain activity, as well as an EEG. ... (4 replies)
... tryptophan is better as it delivers serotonin to brain unlike 5 HTP that produces serotonin in the body. ... (1 replies)
... Caffeine is a killer in your condition. Find something that pumps blood in your brain like ginseng etc. ... (4 replies)
... That definitely sounds like a petit mal seizure. She needs a work-up to find out why she is having these. Her PCP could refer her to a neurologist, or she can go directly if insurance doesn't require a referral. I would go with her so you can describe the episodes as you have witnessed them. She should not be driving at all with these as she could have an accident. Please let... (7 replies)
... the only thing that is different is the length of the episode, not just a few seconds, seem to last several minutes, what she told me last night is that while she is experiencing this, her vision is not affected, she just cannot think, it is like she divides into one part is zoned out and the other part is fully aware of what is going on, but cannot clear the fog...she... (7 replies)
... In reading the description of petit mal, seems to fit
how is this diagnosed?? (7 replies)