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Suffer from vestibular disease. CT scan shows cerebellar atrophy. Have problem in speaking, walking, nausea. MRI denies it. Recommendations

Hi! I am Sujan Ghosh. Age 35. I am suffering from vestibular disease for last 1 & half years. on the year 2012 one CT scan of my brain showed cerebral/cerebellar atrophy. That time i was having problem in speaking, walking. severe nausea was there. later i checked up with a neuro hospital. there they did an MRI of brain and denied the previous report of cerebral atrophy. then i was detected with vestibular problem. from then i was suffering from the disease. Recently at Christian Medical College, Vellore my MRI of brain shows mild atrophic changes with ventricular prominence. what should i do? Whom will i believe
Asked On : Fri, 27 Sep 2013
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Hi, it appears that you have aerebral atrophy, as it is confirmed by the two doctors. Any how it confirmed there is vestibular problem also.
Hi what ever the reason, the treatment may be in the same line. This condition at this age is rare.
Take juice of palatable vegetables, like tomato, carrot, and beetroot, etc, three times daily. Thank you.
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