Numbness in left part of my head and weird sensation in left arm and leg

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I have the following symptoms:

1. Numbess in left part of my head.

2. Weird sensation in left arm and left leg.

3. When you hit a tuning fork on left part of my head I can only feel/sense the vibration 10% compared to what I can feel/sense on the right side of my head. Right side feels normal.

4. Disturbed Sleep

5. Extreme Fatigue

6. This has been going on for many years but I am still alive!

Please suggest what could be causing this and what I should do to fix this.  My life is a mess because of this. Thank you for your time and efforts.

Warms Regards,


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    I presume in that time you have been seen by a neurologist. If so what did he say?

    Could you be  suffering from Fluoroquinolone Toxicity Syndrome as a result of being adversely affected by fluoroquinolone antibiotics – Cipro, Levaquin, Avelox, Floxin,  ?


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      Dear Derek,

      Thank you for the response. It is unlikely that I could be suffering from antibiotic toxicity though it is not impossible. My problem did start after a brief sickness/illness and I am not sure which antibiotics I took at that time.

      Neurologist says MRI Brain and Spine are normal. One Chiropractor though differs. He says I have C6-C7 nerve root compression and stenosis in the spine which could be causing left side weakness in arm and leg. 

      But no body can explain the numbness in the left part of my head.  I do have mild diabetes.

      Thank you




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    You seeing doctor I hope what they saying? Sound like Gillian Barrie or lyme
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      Thank you Caroline.

      Doctors have not clue as my blood tests are normal.

      Lab in USA found Trichnella Spiralis, taenia solium, Entamoeba Histolytica in SALIVA.

      I got the test done twice and both times same findings.

      My doctor does not want to believe this though.

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