I am a college student. Since last years, I feel cough all the time. Before two years, I had cold and fever and since that time I am having cough. I have consulted an ENT specialist regarding this, but nothing happened. I have attached the prescription as well. Earlier, I was able to visualize things very well, but now I am unable to do the same. It is very hard to do the problems now, which I was able to do effortlessly earlier. Whenever I think deep, the cough started coming in my throat. Also, it increases while studying and my eyes starts tearing. I have also consulted with eye specialist regarding this and he advised me power glasses. The thing that happened a minute ago seems like long time ago and my brain sometime suffers to think deep. I am too sensitive. But, I am happy and not depressed. I do yoga and enjoying life. But, some doctors say that I am taking too much stress. Please help.
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I have gone through your query in detail, the reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity) and have the following observations:
2. Seizure disorder.
Tablet Fluvoxamine 50 mg at night.Regarding follow up:
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Thank you doctor,
I just sent the same query to a neurologist and he said that I should consult a psychiatrist as it looks like OCD.
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