Multiple postings regarding fussy brain syndrome no medical findings...keep up the medical evaluation help by keeping symptom log, provides insight into you.... very hard to explain these type of symptoms...even with the best doctor. Should list symptoms, time day, activity, action taken.
Surprise to many that key issue is vertigo...which can be caused by a wide range sources. My room does not spin, I wobble and have difficulty thinking, talking. While a few days begin this way, it usually is brought on by positions shoveling, standing while looking down reading, cleaning bending up and own.
I have had all the tests no real findings except white matter in pons due to 1954 polio epidemic. Such scaring is common in persons who have had similar viruses that inflame the brain. There are many orthopedic issues such as scoliosis, Arnold Chiari that contribute to motion sickness..
Meclizine commonly used for travel sickness and or vertigo is very effective and can be taken for relief or preventative.is very effective and can be taken as needed. Expensive off rack for sportsmen, travelers at 6.00 for small package. Cheaper asking pharmacist for entire bottle on pharmacy shelf, 12.00 last one I purchased contained 100 pills.
This is not a cure but does work well with chronic issues..View Thread
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