Dizzy Head Until The Body Feels Weak?
Good morning..rnI want to ask a question. I often experience dizziness which sometimes strikes suddenly and I feel weak.rnI am 25 years old. Since high school, I have often had headaches until finally in 2016 I was hospitalized with a CT scan of brain swelling, after leaving the hospital 2 days later I went back in and the diagnosis was high for IGM. After that, I rarely get headaches but sometimes I get headaches again and feel weak even though it’s not as painful as before being treated. Finally asked for an MRI with normal MRI results, the diagnosis of neurology is spasmophilia ++. I still feel dizzy..please guide
Hello good evening Rahman Baiti.
Prolonged headaches that you experience because of
Spasmophilia is an abnormal condition in the form of increased irritability of nerves and muscles caused by disturbances in the balance of electrolytes, such as calcium ions and magnesium ions. In this condition, symptoms that can arise can include headaches, especially when tired, cramps in the limbs, not accompanied by nausea and vomiting, and not accompanied by glare, and the pain does not get worse with noise (this distinguishes it from the cause of the headache). others such as migraine, meningitis / inflammation of the lining of the brain, etc.).
Seeing that the course of your disease is very complex, namely a prolonged headache with a previous diagnosis of swelling of the brain (cerebral edema) due to toxoplasmosis infection (toxoplasmosis), then the best advice we can give is that you return to the neurologist who treats you. , or other neurologist. The doctor will conduct an excavation of complaints, a general physical examination and a special examination of the nerves in more detail. It is hoped that when you check yourself in, you bring all the results of the supporting examinations that you have done (if any) such as CT Scans, blood tests, or MRIs. If necessary, the doctor may recommend that you do a CT-Scan again. It is hoped that you do not delay the examination, especially if the headaches you are experiencing are currently interfering with your activities.
That's all, hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa