CGreen202 - ditto! I suffered my 2nd TIA in June and as you said, memory problems, confusion, reading comprehensio,... I'm a computer programmer and went back to work for 2 weeks until giving up and using my savings/fmla. My fear now is that I'll lose my job because i can't produce if I return, STD has been terminated, coupled with a neuroilogist who apparently has a "trades/physically employed" background and doesn't understand the issue since "no brain damage shows in the MRI." I'm trying to find a Neurologist with a technical background but have been referred to a Neuropsychologist in the meantime. I've suffered with muscular issues for 20 years until finally being diagnosed with herpetic zoster radiculopathy in May - I don't want to have to go through the same circus until I lose my job... Looking forward to hearing any suggestions for Neurologists in the DC/NoVa areaView Thread
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