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    Old 06-04-2002, 08:58 AM   #1
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    Post headache,dizzyness,loss of grip in hand

    For the past 2 years i have been having recurring headaches and dizzyness.
    It started with a slight headache and a little light headedness. over time the headaches have got to the point i am having them everyday and they feel like a white hot arrow is being pushed through my head from the base of my skull to the top of my right eye. I get really dizzy and confused with every headache and resently i have started lossing my grip in my right hand. It is driving me mad. I've already fell off a ladder and broke my leg due to the dizzyness.
    i've been to my doctor several times they did blood tests and a ecg and told me it was stress. I finally saw a diffrent doctor and she aggreed to send me to se a nerologist but it might be anything upto 8 months before they can see me.
    i have been really worried and was wondering if anyone else recognised these symptoms, And if so what caused them?

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    Old 06-04-2002, 09:33 PM   #2
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    Honestly, it sounds like stroke symptoms....

    But, if you've had them for this long, then I doubt it.

    The headache, Loss of Grip in one hand, Confussion
    are all signs of stroke.

    I have alot of bodily symptoms due to stress, and you'ld be supprised at the range of symptoms stress can

    Don't frak or anything, If it where a stroke, I'm sure your docs would have picked it up. even mini strokes.

    More than likley is stress....Anxiety is a bastage!!

    "There is nothing either good nor bad, but thinking makes it so" Shakespeare
    "There is nothing either good nor bad, but thinking makes it so" Shakespeare

    Old 06-04-2002, 09:57 PM   #3
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    I've been reading how stress can affect the brain, the brain is made up of 85% water! You definately need to get hydrated the right way.

    Check out my watercure diet post to william green in open topics.

    You need your system hitting on all cylindars. Get some balance going.

    Then in addition to that do something for whatever symtoms are left.

    After you get totally hydrated you'll find out if things are alot better or if you see need to keep looking.

    Another thing besides the watercure diet, is 'natural progesterone cream' (search for info) Dr. Lee's book is pamphlet size and very informative.

    My girlfriend uses it for her headaches, she gets migraines.

    It's good to do something good for yourself. Take care, Diana

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