Re: Do i have an inner ear imbalance? or any suggestions as to what this could be?
do you have ALL of the testing result copies in your possession? if not,get them and go thru them yourself. believe me,there can very well be certain findings that pop up in our MRIs that some,mostly specialists,decide not to actually mention to us that are hard findings. it all comes down to how much real experience and overall knowledge any doc has(or the reading radiologist) that will determine what they "feel" is pertinent enough to tell us about or even find in the hard films. but you do need to be getting all copies of any testing results just for your own files. this has helped me many times just having all my own stuff. there could have been something there that someone decided was not an issue when it very well could be. you just need to see this stuff yourself.
just where was that MRI done at,how far down,into the c spine at least? the symptoms you are having could be from many possible issues from a vascular to spinal or a particular nerve issue somewhere that is being compromised. anything that can affect the actual bloodflow thru the neck area to the brain can also cause you to feel "off' or just not right in your head. but certain spinal issues,espescially within that very heavily innervated c spine can also be causing this too. its a matter of test and rule out til you get to the source of the problem. but DO obtain every single test result done on you(and continue this from now on too) and see what shows up in the summary at the end of at least that MRI. pleaselet me know what you find out along the way. FB
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