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Episodic ataxia

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My Dr said I have Ataxia, should I be concerned?? ...

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I was diagnosed with cerebellum ataxia about 10 years ago and of course experience balance problems, but lose of muscle sTenghth in the legs is this a syptom? YYYY@YYYY ...

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My partner is in hospital as he has ataxia - he stumbles at times and walks with an unsteady gait plus his right forearm has become so itchy on and off and when it flares it becomes almost unbearable ...

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Can exposure to black mold for nearly 2 yrs cause Ataxia? ...

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in many of my medical reports going back several years, the term ataxia. A neurologist , my pcp and my ...

Public Forum Discussions

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the doctors say I have cerebellar ataxia which is like a stroke as you know. but I disagree with the diagnosis My symptoms are no balance,wheelchair bound,blurred vision,dizziness,slurred speech,now having ...

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Hi- My name is Lynn and I have hereditary ataxia. I am 67 and have seen a slow progression of the disease over the last 5 years. I am the second oldest of 10 kids and I got it from my dad. Most ...

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wondering if what i have..male 34 yrs old had heart attack last year taking crestor 40mg and multi-vit and vit B...now my indirect bilirubin count is 27 and ataxia dizzyness from sitting to standing and moving ...

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I have been diagnosed with Ataxia. The neurologist I now am seeing, after 2 visits, has told me ... this on the Johns Hopkins site, there is an Ataxia clinic and follow-up that says there are meds to slow ...

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will I die sooner? I have friedrichs ataxia. I was told in my early 30 s. my right leg always hurts. II v have a new neurologist at Pinnel helth. my eyesight is goiing. I also have urologoy probrlems. I ...

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My father is 80 years old and he was admitted to hospital a year back with H/o. unsteadiness of gait, inability to stand/walk weakness of left half of body. On examination he had ataxia and he ...

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my aunt suffers from frederich s attaxia and is 51 years old.after the removal of her uterus ,she suffered from hormonal problems making her extremely agitated and anxious.as she also suffered from young age glaucoma and is completly blind she...

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I have fallen twice within the last 8 weeks. Saw my General Practioner...he thought it might be ataxia...sent me to neurologist...all the test results were great he said. Neurologist sent me ...

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Pd is dopamine loss you can see from a scan, why does every doctor etc, know ataxia, cerebellar ... to my diagnosis of cerebellar ataxia, the va is using PD to screw poisoned vets from compensation No one ...

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. MRI says it as cerebellar ataxia, now after 25 days he has stopped head shaking but he is not able to walk, how long will it take for the cerebellar ataxia to recover? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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Hi and thanks for using HCM. Low ur high thyroid function can cause ataxia ( gait problems and unsteadiness). Treating and restoring thyroid function in its normal values help improve ataxia. Hope this helps.

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Hi, Torleva contain Levetiracetam which is an anticonvulsant, prescribed for partial seizures. It works by reducing the activity in the brain. It can be used alone or with other antiepileptic medications. The adverse reactions are dizziness, vertigo,asthenia, depression, nervousness, ataxia, tremor, headache, nausea, dyspepsia, diarrhoea, anorexia, rash. Thank you

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Hi, Trika Sr .5 mg (alprazolam),antianxiety/benzodiazepine Possible side effects :Disinhibition,loss of libido,Jaundice ,Hallucinations (rare),Dry mouth (infrequent),Ataxia, slurred speech, Suicidal ideation (rare),Urinary retention (infrequent),Skin rash, respiratory depression, constipation, amnesia and concentration problem. Trika substitutes are diazepam,Zanaprin(taurine,phenibut,L-theanine)