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Old 07-03-2018, 04:50 PM   #1
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@5 days ago it started , doc said vertigo that holds a lot of diagnosis. I sit down am fine had flu in April seen a ent and nero guy. He neurologist said I rested normal for all test. He wants me to have a MRI with contract 90 minutes log . I just don't know if I can do that, he did a ton of blood work haven't seen results. I am improving thank goodness for that, Half and half comes and goes all day I sometimes walk like a drunk sometimes I do not. We are dancers I am still dancing basic only hold on tight. When I sit down I am good head clears etc. Question is part one anyone else out there like me? Doctor says he doesn't think he will find anything , looking at neck arteries also. I have a history of neuralgia after a cold bad enough to take steroids for pain . I have ocular migraines sometimes in the past migraines my younger days, I have also had RSD twice and beat it. I currently do in home therapy for weakness on left side because?? I am much stronger now had really let go and got pretty wimpy.

Two question I got scratched today with pins they were clean but sewing and scratched me bad zipper got stuck so I had to crawl out of dress. Tetanus shot? I am afraid of relapse of whatever this is.
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Old 07-03-2018, 07:29 PM   #3
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Hi ladiede

Welcome to NeuroTalk .

You could describe what you have experienced in the General Health Conditions forum (https://www.neurotalk.org/forum2/). Other members may recognise your signs and offer you support and helpful suggestions.

I would not worry about tetanus from your sewing scratches. Usually tetanus occurs through a deep puncture wound, eg from a gardening fork.

All the best.
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