tingling, numbness, balance, brain fog

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Hello,

I have been trying to Google a bunch of my symptoms, but couldn't find a person who shows to have them all. I will keep this post simple.

Male 30, in good shape, lately been under stress.

Developed tingling started over the course of the day. Tingling very symmetrical, mostly confined to arms and legs from knees and elbows down. Sometimes they are all over the body but 24/7 in the arms and legs area. Intensity varies from burning, to light tingling. Mostly noticeable at night,barely notice when I am working or out. After 1 wk left foot feels taller than right, and when I walk the left foot has a sensation as if the ground is soft. That's why it feels taller. After 3 days that sinking foot sensation started to affect my balance, after 5 min of walking the sensation of the sinking foot is making me feel like the the ground is shaking and I am very close to passing out, in those moments there is a weird head sensation as if I am wearing a hat and a strong brain fogginess. It seems that the heel of the left foot is slightly numb, that's why there is that soft feeling when I step on it. Within that time I started to develop an episodes of brain fog that come and go. Now, exactly 2 weeks after symptoms statted left foot hurts when walking, mostly in the middle radiating to middle and large toe. Plus both feet hurt when walking for long time, as if i am walking on rocks angainst my bones. I have a Neuro appointment. so far Head CT and blood work clean. Would be greatful if someone could share their ideas or experience.

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    Also forgot to add, I have been having back pain 5/10 on and off below the left shoulder blade for about 4 months on and off. Ultrasound and blood work clean. MD says it's gas

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    Ok that sounds like gbs , Gillian Barrie syndrome check on kyme disease to but  ask the doctor neurologist about this . I had gbs still recovering . There are a few ppl in here that have it and similar to what you have but not gbs . But it sounds like it . Go to google read on it . I suffered so much and still am and many others on here also he might have to do spinal tab on u . Many are getting mri cat scans but they couldn’t detect it till they did a spinal tab on me . Talk to Angelia on here she’s great when talking to about stuff related to this . There is another guy on here also same issues as your going through but I had most of all what ur having I had check for Parkinson’s and ms also . Try not to get scared . Check ur magnisium drink lots of water , rest .
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    Thanks for the kind replied. This is the first time I posted anything online. I am waiting for neurologist appointment. Meanwhile trying to get my mind of things. Not much I can do. I live I Canada. The lyme diagnosis is a bit tricky here. I will speak to my family doctor. about that.
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