... at Stanford Hospital by an infectious disease specicialist, a movement specialist, a rheumatologist, 4 neurologists and an endocrinologist. I have a positive titer to West Nile Virus though I've never had west Nile fever. This test was repeated 1 month later with the same results. I also have a slightly elevated protein level in my CSF. I have Brady kinesia and rigidity in my neck. My SCM and sub obsipital area are tight and painful. I'm now going to the Parkinson's Institute in Sunnyvale CA and seeing a neurologist there. She says I have Parkinsonism (not parkinsons) but doesn't know the cause. I'm on Sinemet 25/100 but it doesn't do much good. My pain doctor at Bay Area Pain Management Assoc in Sausolito CA figures I have been affected by the west Nile virus and it's damaged some of my neuropathways. Would it be helpful to come to the Mayo clinic? No one seems to be able to help me with the pain. I have a Paradoxical reaction to many drugs. I've been tested for all the heavy metals and my last 3 brain MRIs are all normal. What could be the cause of my condition?
Hi. I have had chronic pain since I was 8yrs old and now have been told that I have an unknown movement disorder. Look into Lyme Disease. It can be hard to get a diagnosis, but Ive been told I have symptoms of it. One thing Lyme Patients get is tremor like states. Hopefully this helps!
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