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Intermittent loss of appetite, sleepiness, weakness, fuzines

Symptoms: sudden loss of appetite, sudden onset of sleepiness,weak muscles, sleep paralysis, inability to swallow properly, coughing, clear thinking facilities, slurred speech, unable to form complete sentences. Pressure in brain stem area. Symptoms leave as quickly as onset. Usually happens when eat but has occurred other times.
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replied April 8th, 2014
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How do you know there is pressure in brain stem area.Your presentation is an ambiguous mix of psychiatric and neurological involving cranial nerves malfunctioning and motor response reduction.Association with eating makes it a bit more interesting.Get to a neurologist and do some brain scans and electrmyographic studies with cranial nerves assessment specially brain-stem area and then seek a psychiatrist help.It needs work up and in depth analysis.Your history is leading to two completely different routes simultaneously.
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