... I am having a lot of the same issues and then some, but my problem is post concussion syndrome. Did you hit your head? Even a small bump to the head can cause problems. If that is the case I would suggest seeing a neuropsycologist for an evaluation and further recommendations. Please excuse spelling and grammar still not right with me. I hope you both feel better. I am over... (3 replies)
... Oh my god. I feel like I have stumbled across an epidemic that no one else knows about. I keep finding people that have very similar overlapping sets of symptoms -similar to my own. It seems like everyone thinks it's something different, or focuses on one symptom over another, and maybe they are all caused by different things, but there are some weird coincidences.
For... (3 replies)
... I had an MRI which showed either a brain cyst or tumor. I am still trying to get an answer! Dr's aren't being fast enough! ... (14 replies)
... I know that I am getting upset over this, but I also know that this dizziness is not from anxiety. It happens all day long and especially when I move my head too fast or look up. ... (14 replies)
... I also am dizzy and lightheaded with a weird brain fog feeling almost all the time. I went to my Dr. in August. ... (14 replies)
Im writing this post on behalf of my brother. My brother is suffering from following from past 6 years and still dont have conclusive answers.
1. Brain Fog
2. Mild Imbalance
3. Sever stomach disorder
5. Panic Disorder
6. Rare occurence of shaking (0 replies)
... If you are having dizziness, pressure in your head, headaches, brain fog, etc, have a neurologist check you for intercrannial pressure on the brain (fluid on the brain). After a year of lots of doctors, testing, and misdiagnosis, I finally found a neuro who knew what he was doing. The first one didn't nor did any of the various specialists that I went to. There are some simple... (1 replies)
... o many of the symptoms that you mention. IT started with numbness on the left side of my face and an EMT test showed that it was not light strokes so they had a brain MRI done and this is what it showed to be the problem... ... (14 replies)
... rything was normal. This feeling seems to come and go for me, I will go a couple days feeling like my normal self and then a couple days where I am in this hazy fog and feel like a zombie. Exercise seems to help but its hard to get to the gym when you feel this way. ... (14 replies)
... They have dealt with these issues for a long time and assure me that even though it does not go away for good it does get better. I too like you have thought brain tumor, along with every other disease in the book, basically because I never get sick. ... (14 replies)
... Do you find you get the dizziness when you stand up also? ... (14 replies)
... Yeah i've never really taken medication for mine as of yet, but i definitely could see why you would if it carried on for such a long period of time! Mine sometimes comes on randomly too, and i've been told just to keep myself busy and take my mind off things. It usually works. I think it's when we relax and feel a slight spin/fogginess that you do think your anxiety is... (14 replies)
... Well, thanks for posting, but I am a veteran to anxiety and counselling, as I've had it for 30 years. I would tend to agree, but the feelings are there no matter what is going on. Simply reading, with no thoughts about stress in my head, and the room will spin a bit. Also, my anxiety manifests itself in a dark cloud feeling, although in the past, I've had the gambit of... (14 replies)
... I am wondering if what i am experiencing is consider brain fog. I suffer from daily headaches. Dr. thinks they are tension type from what I have described. ... (14 replies)
... I'm a 28 years old male. I had a brain MRI done last week because I have been having symptoms like dizziness, brain fog, forgetfulness, decreased cognitive skills and constant pressure behind both eyes. ... (14 replies)
... now often forget my own phone number, brain fog, cant concentrate or even do simple sums etc, and have slurred speech especially at night when I am tired. ... (0 replies)
Could be Vitamin B12 deficiency....very simple blood test...if you're at the low normal end range then ask your dr. to do a homocysteine test which will show if you have a B12 deficiency at the tissue level.Vertigo is a common symptom of low B12,so is tinnitus(ringing in ears),vision problems,brain fog,dizziness and memory loss or confusion.
I have been through... (2 replies)
... Last night the doctor ordered a CT scan without contrast and she looked at me like I was nuts when I told her I was afraid I had a brain tumor.... I know that CT scans aren't as good as MRIs. Could it have missed something? ... (2 replies)
... well I am interested in brain fog,because I have it too. ... (25 replies)
... Although a number of conditions can cause the symtoms you describe, because of your youth, and because nothing is showing up on the tests, I would suspect Lyme...
Brain fog, dizziness, sleep problems, and headaches are symptoms of Lyme...but Lyme can affect many body systems so symptoms can include just a few of the following:
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