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What Causes Heaviness In Head,neck Stiffness And Fatigue?

Hi - I am a 42 year old female, and three years ago I suffered a ruptured aneurysm. They discovered a second unruptured aneurysm. They coiled the ruptured aneurysm through the groin and a year later they coiled the second aneurysm in the same way. 6 months prior to the aneurysm, I suffered weight loss, excessive night sweats, major fatigue and stiffness in the neck. Recently, these symptoms have returned, except the sweats are very smelly. Can these symptoms be due to Polycystic Kidney Disease. The fatigue and heavy head feeling is debilitating. Please help
Tue, 1 Sep 2020
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Hello,

Multiple aneurysms may be concomitant with polycystic kidneys disease. So, an evaluation of the kidneys function is necessary also. Discuss with your doctor for these issues.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Erion Spaho, Neurologist, Surgical
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What Causes Heaviness In Head,neck Stiffness And Fatigue?

Hello, Multiple aneurysms may be concomitant with polycystic kidneys disease. So, an evaluation of the kidneys function is necessary also. Discuss with your doctor for these issues. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Erion Spaho, Neurologist, Surgical