Left-back Headache Accompanied By Blurred Vision And Numb Body?
Hi doctor, I want to ask: I have a headache on the left rear accompanied by blurred vision such as dizziness and darkness like blindness. and part of my body like there is no feeling or numbness from head to foot, face, chest, tongue all numb and vomiting. Already CT-SCAN and therapy but no follow-up. How is the solution for a thorough examination huh doctor? Please give the doctor’s direction. thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you experience can occur due to various possibilities, including disorders of the central nervous system, it could be due to bleeding, blockage, abnormal tissue growth in the brain, and interference with the structure of the eye.
These triggers also vary, it could be due to bacterial, viral, genetic mutations, or certain accidents. Regarding this, your steps are right by checking yourself to the doctor and the step of checking using CT-scan is also right. As for the lack of follow-up of the examination and the actions you have received, we suspect the main problem is with communication. Because doctors should not just leave patients. Even if your condition cannot be treated, you should be referred to a higher health service facility or at least explain why the examination was not continued.
So our advice is that you should go back to the doctor and make sure that you fully understand your illness, possible causes, hopes for recovery, and treatment plan. If you are unsure or feel unsuitable from your previous doctor, check with a neurologist at another hospital as a second opinion. Consultation with us does not fall into the category of seeking a second opinion because we do not consult you directly. This time, you need to be more active and ask questions about things you don't understand. No need to hesitate, because it's your right as a patient, and the obligations of the doctor who treats you.
Meanwhile, because the conditions are still unclear, there are no specific things you can do. Simply live a healthy lifestyle by eating regularly, multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruit, multiply rest, avoid cigarettes and alcohol, sufficient fluid needs, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.