- CASE FILE
Watershed stroke in October 2018 at the age of 50. These infarcts should have affected my right side but instead have affected my left side
ABOUT THIS CASE FILE
I have piles of medical records from everywhere including the Mayo Clinic and the Cleveland Clinic. I have undergone surgeries that have not helped and caused more pain and agony. I have a list to 15+ diagnoses that no one have been able to figure out. Most of my short term memory is gone and I am still losing blocks of time. My memory issues are the worst and I feel as if I am becoming a burden on my husband. No one can tell me what caused my stroke a 50. I am medically bankrupt and still do not have answers. I have severe tremor, memory loss, hallucinations, unable to make a simple decision and am currently home bound using an electric wheelchair due to the droop of my foot on the left side. I no longer move like I used to. I am very slow and drag or shuffle my feet. I am constantly exhausted and have developed a stutter that makes it twice as hard to communicate with my health care providers. I am basically a shut in and feel as if the medical community is just waiting for me to die.
Stroke, Blindness in right eye, neuropathy, anxiety, Fibromyalgia, Alopecia, Elevated Alanine Aminotransferase Level, Gastropareisis, Reflex with Barret's Esaphagas, UGIB, Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage, Encephalopathy, Essential Tremor, Stutter, Left Foot Droop, Psychosis (BS Diagnosis) Adult Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis, Giant Hamartoma of Right Breast, Breast Cancer x2 Chek2 Gene Mutation, Mazodynia of Right breast, Chronic Pain Syndrome, Myofascial Muscle Pain, Dysphagia, Generalized Weakness, Anxiety, Chronic Headaches, Nausea and vomiting Atherosclerosis, Observed seizure like activity Brain Aneurysm, Bilateral Carotid artery stenosis, elevated c reactive protein, involuntary movements, cardiac Arrhythmia, disturbance of skin sensation, malnutrition, parkinsonism's with possible LBD.
Those are most of the diagnosis I have received. There is no communication between they physicians and I just want to be normal again. I am not looking of for a magic pill, I am looking for hope. I am lost in a sea of medical terms and conditions and just want answers and my life back.