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Autonomic ataxia

Been using symptom checkers for months now but i cant seem to tell them specifically whats happening to me. I have constant double vision and many floaters in my vision.This does not come and go it s constant all day every day. I also have...
Hi..
Floaters are not to be worried of....
But a constant double vision needs complete evaluation.. It could be because of a refractive error or any retina problem or nerve palsy..
In addition you need to check your general health..
Because of constant dizziness also you may be having sort of...
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ent said my mothers throat was a bit twisted, never heard of this she is gonna be going for a swallowing test, but she also suffers from a neuro disease, either spinalcerbrella or fredricks they are not sure, but very similar to either or she...
thanks for your query.

It could be central or neural cause because choking of feeds in such case is mostly neurogenic.

Consult to neurophysician, It will take time to recover.

Many thanks. take care.
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My husband 53 has opcd dx about 5 years ago. His ataxia, speech & swallowing problems along with a cough have seem to gotten worse in just the past few months. Can he possibly have a remission of these symptoms or are we on the road to more...
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In your questions you have mentioned OPCD and it is not clear that it is OCD or OCPD. But still from available history I can assume that its OCD. If his problems of cough, swallowing has started occurring again and he is feeling fatigues along with balance problems most...
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My husband was in a pain management program. He has a neurological issue they are calling cerebellar ataxia . He was taken out of his pain management program yesterday. He either did not understand or forgot that he was to report if he was given...
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Old medical recolds

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thanks for your query.

Its very XXXXXXX to stop medications like Vicodin suddenly. he has to be brought to the same medication as soon as possibe. The effects of withdrawal would be more when the is being given newer medications.

The only way...
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Hi, my son has a disability- both Hypotonia and Ataxia. Wouldn't that be Cerebal Palsy?
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Thank you for posting your query.

I agree with you that both hypotonia and ataxia are features seen in people with cerebral palsy. However, to qualify as cerebral palsy, these features should be present since birth/early childhood and should have resulted due to insult to the brain during...
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describe the structure and the functions of the autonomic nervous system
HI,
Autonomic nervous system is part of periferal nervous system. which control visera.
it acts below the concious level &it controls heart rate,respiration, digestion,perspiration,salivation.micturation.sexual arousal etc.
it is made up of two parts -1)sympathatic nervous system : functionis...
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My dad and uncle both have severe spinocerebellar ataxia. They did not start having symptoms until they were about 50. I am 32 but about 4 weeks ago I started having balance problems and went to urgent care. They said I had an ear infection and...
Hello

Thanks for the query

Your question is a very good one and I will work on providing you with some good information and recommendations regarding what is going on.

From the information submitted it looks to me like you are suffering from episodic vertigo, probably Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo...
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