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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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What causes blurred vision, body tremors and dizziness?

Hi- just recently I had developed a few issues that leave me concerned. Issues including; change in vision while looking at the same time (almost like its becoming double? it is extrememly hard to explain), shakiness ...EXTREME... in my hands about an hour after I wake up and lasting till I go to sleep. My legs have now also begun to shake very bad to where i cannot walk down the stairs without almost falling from being shaky and becoming dizzy. I am very nauseous, no bowel movements, ZERO appetite and if i do eat it makes me even more naeusous. Every other issue in the book I am experiencing out of nowhere. What could this be?
Mon, 26 Mar 2018
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Neurologist 's  Response

Your symptoms could be related to a metabolic disorder. Myasthenia gravis cannot be excluding too.

Coming to this point, I would recommend consulting with your general physician and performing some tests:
- A resting ECG
- Complete Blood Count for anemia
- PCR for inflammation
- Kidney and liver function tests
- Thyroid hormone levels for thyroid gland dysfunction
- Cortisol plasma levels for adrenal gland dysfunction
- Blood electrolytes
- Vitamin D plasma levels

If all these tests result normal, I would recommend consulting with a neurologist and performing a repetitive nerve stimulation to investigate for possible Myasthenia gravis.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Dr. Aida Quka
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