Neuro Sarc

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Hi all, is there anyone out there with confirmed Neuro Sarcoidosis,,, if so did your symptoms include stroke like symptoms i:e collapse , then excruciating head pain and numbness/weakness on 1 side, it's 5 years now since my first collapse but still have numbness and weakness on my left side, also Headaches are permanent now just some days are worse than others,

Today is my 6th collapse and the most debilating yet.

My stroke docs says its not a stroke because not allot shows up on Mri but the numbness and weakness is persistent and I can usually walk again after 7 to 10 days,

My neurologist says its a stroke because the stroke symptoms are still there after 24 hours,,,, the stroke docs says its not a stroke because they can't see it on Mri scan, They won't give me the thrombolisis for blood clots either.I'm getting so f###ed off with it all I really don't want to come round after the next one, because of the uncertainty of what is or isn't on a stupid machine I feel forgotten about while in agony day in day out, All I want is an answer is whats wrong with me, it didn't help much my mum died of 1 massive stroke a few years ago

Help,,, please can anyone had similar problems

PS. Sorry if my spellings aren't spot on I'm a bit out of it

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    Just reach out if you need anything!😇

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    Hello people, I'm finally out of hospital and back home but yet again I have no answers as to what causes these collapses, a junior doctor suggested I may have F N D which means functional neurological disorder, or as I called it another f@@k@@z get out quick answer. I said to the docs who where there I'm open to suggestions and ideas but nothing to insult what intelligence I have left we shall see what transpires,,,, I will of course keep you informed

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