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Having blurry vision, facial numbness, weight gain and tremors in hand and head. History of torn retina and hyperprolactinemia. Advice?

symptoms- blurred vision/ recent history of torn retina , left side of face goes numb, left hand numb, tired, irritible at times, history of hyperprolactinemia, weight gain , tremors in my left hand and maybe head that come and go i m 37, recently had a clear mri/ no contrast done and a series of hormone levels tested any ideas?
Mon, 30 Sep 2013
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Hi,
Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.
The symptoms you have described are suggestive focal brain involvement and with hyperprolactenemia is suggestive of space occupying lesion in the brain.
Contrast MRI brain has to be done to know any demyelination or vascularity .
I suggest you to consult the Neuro Physician for further evaluation and treatment.
Hope I have answered your query.
Regards.
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Having blurry vision, facial numbness, weight gain and tremors in hand and head. History of torn retina and hyperprolactinemia. Advice?

Hi, Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic. The symptoms you have described are suggestive focal brain involvement and with hyperprolactenemia is suggestive of space occupying lesion in the brain. Contrast MRI brain has to be done to know any demyelination or vascularity . I suggest you to consult the Neuro Physician for further evaluation and treatment. Hope I have answered your query. Regards.