I am 41 and a few weeks ago had a funny turn at work which I think was a reactive hypoglycaemic turn. However my doc thought it may be a stroke and sent me to hospital.
The stroke consultant said I either had a stroke or MS no other options considered.
My heart scans were clear
cT scan and MRI clear
I have got borderline diabetic results and have been suffering with the following.
Blurred vision ( this eases with corrected blood sugar)
Occasional ear ache
Feeling of numbness in one cheek (this can be hypo related)
My cholesterol was 4.1
Blood pressure averages as 117/65 over a twelve hour day and 99/55 at night
I also have hypothyroidism.
The only negative response I have had is that they have found lupus anticoagulant markers in my ANtiphospholipid test. I know one test does not make a diagnosis but I also know I have some of the symptoms and that as I have an autoimmune condition it is more likely.
I am seeing a specialist general doctor at the Nuffield in Wolverhampton in two weeks but am worrying myself sick in the meantime.
Can anyone let me know what their experiences are and whether I sound typical? What type of things could show a spurious result.
I am gluten free now but eat dairy and am following a low carb high fat diet recommended for type 2 diabetics.
Also does anyone know of a good doctor in this area that understands the condition I am in Shropshire and can travel to Birmingham easily if anyone there.
Many thanks and best of health to you all.