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I have done an MRI 3 months backs and it is normal. I have pain in back of my head and pain goes off in 2 days. but i have slight dizziness and stiffness of neck. i often use mobile phones in sleeping position and a sedentary ligestyle. my work is in computer fully. I feel like having a stroke. My cholestrol sugar BP are normal. My vitamin B 12 in low 188, vitamin D total is 15.5 and total iron is 68.2. D2 - 0.0 D3- 15.5 i dont have any underlying issues except obesity. i had shortness of breathe like seasonal bronchitis. i have anxiety problems also. My que is do i want to repeat MRI to check out again to find out my issues or by just having the 3 months old MRI can i visit a neurologist.?
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3.month old mri ll do the job for you..u need to get a healthy lifestyle for 1st ...no.mobile phone at night esp.sleeping ...headache neck stiffness are relatable to sedentary lifesthle of yours...definitely you require vit b12 oral tablets ...and a little bit to cover the anxiety part ....and rest of the things is a healthy lifestyle and sos basis pain meds ...
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