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I've had a lot of different health issues and I'm wondering if there could be a link or something more to it.

About 18 months ago I had an episode with vision changes, slurred speech and I couldn't read for 5-30 minutes (came in stages). Went to ER thinking stroke but was diagnosed with a complex migraine.

I tend to get dizzy when getting up, so I was told my leg veins don't contract fast enough and it's nothing.

I've been having a hard time breathing while exercising, so I was given an inhaler. Wasn't working so I went to a pulmonary specialist who said I passed the asmtha test, but can't exhale like I should. Did a chest X-ray and came back normal. Now they are having me exercise then repeat the breathing test.

Yesterday at the gym I was doing a machine where I was supposed to support myself upright on my forearms at a 90 degree angle. I started "slouching" so that my neck was compressed, upright. After 10 seconds I became extremely dizzy, blurred vision, nauseous and came close to fainting.

Could all these things be unrelated or could there be one thing that explains it all? Blood work is all normal.


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replied April 7th, 2017
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Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and i understand your concern. With work up all normal and these symptoms., one can go for repeated testing and testing under stress and see if parameters change if any. If not then supportive care for anxiety and migraine will be needed only.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan


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