Hi Emily, so sorry about your health. Your still young so that is a great BIG plus. I always tell me patients, its a sweet and sour thing. Sweet: That it happened now that your so young. Sour: That it had happen Trust your body and what it is telling you! Not the doctor. You say you are having balance issues, so what is the Dr. waiting for? Start rehab ASAP and get better. Seek any kind of help that will get you back to where you have to be. Rehab will also help you with your eyes to get your body and vision balanced! Drink lots of water and call your doctor now!View Thread
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