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Since last year around June/July 2016 I have been suffering from may be an ear infection or depression/anxiety, I do not know for sure. It started with brain fogs and unable to think clearly. I remember I use to have some frequent cold but I never had this kind of brain fog. Its been 7-8 months now have been to all sorts of doctor, physician ENT, neuro physician but no body takes me seriously. There say its all fine. It first began with fatigue and brain fog(unable to process anything) and then may be an ear problem in my left ear. All my blood reports have been normal and ENT says there is nothing wrong with your ear drum except that it is slightly glued in middle ear. All these symptoms started after about 3 months of joining my first job. During this time I use to watch a lot of movies and shows and would practice speaking in my head, I practised so much that I eventually started affecting my speech. I remember all this began after I woke up one morning with slight pain in my left side of brain because I had been making habit to sleep on my left side since a couple months. I became so conscious of my speech being perfect that I actually started making more mistakes. I would have brain fogs and light headedness and felt that I wasnt feeling as lively as before. At first I went to a physician and complained to him about weak legs and brain fog. After much medicatin and reports he felt that there was nothing wrong with me. I felt that all this might be because of cold in my head and may be all this brain fog was due to ear infection. I went to a couple ENT and they said my ear drum(left ear) is fine but I always felt drumming or beating in my left ear and slight tinnitus. My left ear does not pain but neither does it feel normal. I do not have fever but I always feel that I am not as alert and witty as before. My head feels woozy and slight dizziness and not able to speak as fluently/clearly as before. I have been on anti-depressents, anxiety medicines, antibiotics and what not. I feel I have no serious health issue but still something wrong. This is so depressive and feels like it will never get over.
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