Hello, I have a question. Is this anything to worry about?
Low lying cerebellar tonsils (9 mm below the foramen magnum) but with a
preserved rounded configuration most likely related to anatomic variance
rather than suggestive Chiari I malformation.
That is what the radiologist put on my mri results. My PCP says it's something I was born with but nothing to worry about. I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, neuropathy, myofascial pain syndrome, sciatica, yeast overgrowth syndrome, ADD, and plantar fasciitis. I have had headaches, migraines, facial numbness and tingling, ear pain, and eye pain since childhood. I had my first fibromyalgia flare in 2014 and now the doctors blame everything on that. I get to see a neurologist for the first time on October 19. I have been feeling like they missed something for a long while. Input would be greatly appreciated.
I've been "sick" (as much as I hate to use that word) for the last 12 years. There's been one diagnosis after another, but they've all eventually been disproven and I'm just left with a host of debilitating symptoms that can't be explained. All of my specialists are agreement that there's definitely something physically wrong that's causing all of my symptoms, but they just haven't been able to...
Has anyone applied for disability and won or are they giving you the run around because they think its just headaches.