If you're still tracking your foods here, then your docs may find copies of a few pages and of the nutrients-over-time reports extremely useful. This is especially true if you have been tracking some of the micronutrients (iron, B12, sodium, calcium, folate, etc).
If you have copies of any test results (bloodwork, MRI's, CT's, etc) that were performed by your other docs, it is really useful to bring them with you. Hopefully one of the docs has done a complete vitamin/mineral/electrolyte blood panel along with the CBC and thyroid levels, and you have a copy of the results to give neurology somewhere to start.
I know it's hard to be patient (I'm in a similar situation, but add in frequent fainting --- and don't have a total diagnosis yet after almost a year), but give your docs as much info as you can to help them narrow down the possibilities.
It really is encouraging that you've gotten in to see neurology so quickly - hope they get you feeling better soon!
Afraid of a colonoscopy? Believe me - they are much less frightening than surgery and chemotherapy.
Colonoscopies allow polyps to be removed before they can become cancer, or let cancers be found before they are too widespread. If you are 50 or older, or have any symptoms, please don't let fear stop you from covering your butt.
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