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Would it be better to see a Neurologist or Immunologist?

Discussion in 'ME/CFS Doctors' started by Fat Viking, Jan 12, 2017.

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Would it be better to see a Neurologist or Immunologist?

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  2. Immunologist

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  1. Fat Viking

    Fat Viking

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    Hi

    Neurologists
    Dr Michael Hanna or Dr Abhijit Chaudhuri

    Immunologists
    Dr Vanya Gant or Dr. William Weir

    I received HEPATITIS B VACCINE on my left shoulder about five years ago; back then I was a regular at GYM- used to lift 100 pounds without much unease; used to do treadmill walking without getting exhausted; no persistent pain anywhere in the body.

    Post vaccination, I started experiencing various ACHES AND PAIN - started with left shoulder pain spontaneously (just the left not the right) making me unable to lift even half the weights i.e. 50 pounds (used to lift 100 pounds earlier).

    Thereafter series of unexplained pain started; my toes began to hurt while walking - sometimes left and sometimes right. The pain isn’t there at rest. I am sure it is not due to shoes, as the pain occurs irrespective of the type of shoes I wear.

    Following the vaccination, there is also perceivable significant LOSS IN STAMINA; I experience breathlessness in the initial phase of walking on the treadmill - earlier I used to walk on treadmill for quite some time with ease. I have muscle spasms, and joint pains (without inflammation) in random parts of my body.

    There is persistent feeling of fatigue; exhaustion which does not alleviate with rest.

    Also, my sleep is affected, I wake up feeling unrefreshed and am unable to concentrate in my daily activities.

    Also, to add on, there is a continous pain that I experience in my LEFT UPPER ABDOMEN in a specific area whilst sitting. Hence I feel very uncomfortable whenever I am seated on a chair or a couch, or in the bus. The pain I perceive is connected to posture and a change in the same eliminates it; which makes me feel that it is muscular in origin. There is no abdominal pain when I am standing or lying down. No pain medicines have helped so far. I am sure the cause does not lie in the digestive tract i.e. stomach, small intestines or large intestines as I don’t have any indigestion problem... my appetite is just fine, I eat well and at proper times.

    To summarise my agony- I was absolutely alright and pain free 4-years ago; before I received the HEPATITIS B VACCINE, used to work out regularly. But now, I am left debilitated, feel tired all the time.

    What I've done so far. Had 14 blood tests including Rheumatology blood tests all the 14 blood test came back fine.

    I did Ultrasound which showed Hepatic Steatosis and the rest of the organs were of 'normal appearance'.

    Thanks to all that respond! :)
     
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  2. *GG*

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    I would say Neurologist to investigate the pain and muscle spasms. Pain in toes, have you seen a podiatrist? Seen your PCP? What do they suggest?

    Appears you are in Michigan, not sure of the Drs in that area. You might want to start a post, if there is not one already. Think Dr Lerner was out that way.

    You have good medical records for a few years before the vaccination showing you were healthy?

    GG

    You might want to check out this thread, maybe some good info there?:
    http://forums.phoenixrising.me/index.php?threads/vaccines-revealed-documentary-series.48713/
     
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  3. Dechi

    Dechi Senior Member

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    The way my tests were done, we started with a cardiologist, then an endocrinologist, then a neurologist and internist. Next I will be seeing a nervous system specialist. So I will say neurologist, but you should also see a cardiologist to rule out any heart problems. This is usually done first.
     
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  4. Fat Viking

    Fat Viking

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    "You have good medical records for a few years before the vaccination showing you were healthy?"
    Yes I do
     
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    Daffodil Senior Member

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    I don't see how you can get much help unless you see someone who specializes in this post-vaccine sort of illness
     
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  6. Fat Viking

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    @charles shepherd has given me names of Consultants and Dr William Weir has worked with Dr Charles Shepherd on vaccine related cases. I think I would benefit from seeing him.
     
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  7. Fat Viking

    Fat Viking

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    If you feel more comfortable to PM rather than say it on public, please don't hesitate to PM me.
     

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