For four years I have the really bad coordination. I fumble things a lot. I am very clumsy, weak, tired and I pee all the time. I drag my feet along the ground while walking and my legs do not work when I try to stand, but that is a rare thing for me. I have memory issues, moderate vertigo, blurry and double vision and often trouble using my hands. Severe anxiety and depression, but I do not have any emotions. My mood changes rapidly. Sometimes, while talking I slur my words and I often have jumbled speech. When I was 15, I was kicked and punched in the head while I was sitting down and I was unconscious for about 10 minutes. Also, when I was around 8 to 10 years old, I fell off from the roof and twisted my vertebrae. I have done my brain scan and spine scan. Please help me.
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