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Ive had this feeling for about 10 months now.Its hard to describe, i guess "woozy" would describe it the best. Its almost constantly there, and i can always feel it in the background, its like a mild wooziness in the frontal part of my head. around the same time i also developed ear blockage that wouldnt seem to go away, ive tried countless medications for that.
When i walk it also feels a bit strange,I have never lost my balance or fell down or anything, and i could actually walk long distances without having any trouble at all, its just that the sensation of walking is off and unnatural, it "feels" unbalanced to me.
Ive visited many ENT specialists, 6 so far i think .. to no avail, all agreed i had nothing wrong as far as the examination goes. ive had a Paranasal CT, a Brain MRI, no abnormalties found. I could go on and on about this but Im trying to stay on topic here since its the Neuro discussion boards.
Fast forward till about a week ago, ive visited a Neurology specialist for the first time. Clinical examination was normal. He said it might be just symptoms of Anxiety but suggested an EEG anyway. The EEG apparently was not normal, and the report says " Abnormal Study, it suggests the presence of primary generalized discharges with frontal predominance". He put me on Lamotrigine and asked to see me in a month.
Can anyone give me insight on this ?
Im a medical student by the way, i have some good medical background.
I would really appreciate any help/advice.
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