Dr. Mahmoud Kreidie practices Neuropathology in Dana Point, CA. Dr. Kreidie studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats conditions that affect the nervous system. Neuropathologists are trained to fully understand and treat such conditions as Alzheimers disease and Parkinsons disease.
Mahmoud Kreidie's Expert Contributions
It could be either. Consult an ophthalmologist (eye doctor), and if the eye doctor clears you, it could be Blepharospasm, the medical name for eye fetching from a neurological condition. Then the neurologist will take care of you. READ MORE
Dear patient, That could be an isolated event, since you do not mention any other symptoms or problems, and it seems to have responded to Ibuprofen, since you do not claim otherwise. If it recurs, it could be the onset of a migraine, "Migraines respond to sleep," and at which time it is wiser to consult a doctor, preferably a neurologist! if it does not recur do not worry about it. M. Kreidie, M.D. F.A.A.N. READ MORE
OK, this is likely an Inappropriate ADH syndrome (Anti Diuretic Hormone) and the immediate treatment is to stop the intake of fluids. However, it is important to refer to a neurologist to asses the patient and likely suggest hospitalization for further evaluation and consulting with other specialists to do the necessary tests to identify the causation. Urgent management is necessary, as seizures and other complications may occur at any time! M. Kreidie, M.D., F.A.A.N. READ MORE
My father is having balance problems and generally is tilting towards his right side. What could be the issue?
Dear Sir, Your dad may be suffering from any of several probabilities, including: intoxication, stroke, a balance disorder, inflammation of nerves, a vitamin B 12 deficiency, etc... He will need to be referred to a neurologist ASAP for a detailed evaluation and appropriate testing, including imaging and lab testing. Please have him always use a cane, and refrain from any unnecessary mobility alone until he's seen by the specialist. If you see progression prior to seeing the specialist, do not hesitate to report to the closest Emergency Room facility. I wish him a rapid recovery. M. Kreidie, M.D., F.A.A.N. READ MORE
It could be a serious issue, but it could also be as simple as (Medication Rebound Headaches). And this is a relatively common complication when the person with headaches retakes medication soon as the effects of the medicine they used weans off (ends). The treatment is to stop the medication and the rebound headaches will likely stop. READ MORE
It all depends on what you are considering to be hallucinations. When a person is about to fall asleep, he or she may experience "Hypnagogig jerks of the legs or occasionally the whole body" or vivid dreams as if real. These are benign conditions (jerks) and are not serious, although they may delay the onset of sleep. READ MORE
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