Hello Doctor,For the past one year I have been suffering from seemingly unexplainable symptoms, which have been getting progressively worse.
I have been through a series of medical examinations which did not find anything. My doctors are clueless and I am desperate. I hope you may have some suggestions.Symptoms:
Tests done and reports:
Could all of these be caused by anxiety disorder/ depression?What all tests would you recommend to rule out all possible underlying neurological conditions? What is the most probable condition I am suffering from?
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All the symptoms which you have mentioned cannot be explained on the basis of anxiety disorder or depression.
The points against anxiety and depression are resting and action tremors, problems with eye coordination and the memory lapses that you are experiencing.
You have already undergone almost all required tests in neurology. But a few more tests are necessary:
Complete neurological examination by a neurologist - this is the most important test.
Screening for heavy metals.
At this stage, I am not able to make a provisional diagnosis for you but there is a possibility of Synucleinopathy (group of disorders associated with abnormal deposition of synuclein), if your age is beyond 50 years.Revert back with the reports to a neurologist online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/neurologist
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