Have you ever been checked for fibromyalgia cause those symptoms your experiencing can be symptoms on it, and it could explain also why you feel worse during certain times of the year as some people with fibro get flares depending on the time of year and weather. Also you say that the doctors cant find anything in the tests they've done, and thats usually how they diagnose fibro, as their's no test for fibro but they rule everything else out. Also Fibro has a wide range of symptoms and not everyone gets the same symptoms. Also some doctors wont mention a diagnosis of fibro cause they dont beleive in it, so thats another quest in finding a doctor who will listen and treat. So if you havent been diagnosed already and cant find another reason for your symptoms, then find a doctor who specializes in fibromyalgia and ask them what they think. Also fibro can be diagnosed by doctors touching certain spots on your body and if so many of them hurts, then thats how they usually diagnose you.
Also for seizures, their's so many diffrent kinds of siezures. I know most people when they think siezures they think of those grand mal ones where they're on the ground skaking and losing control of their bladder, but actually most siezures are not like that. But I would of think that after seeing 2 neouro doctors, that one of them would of caught on to a form of siezures if you explained to them your symptoms. So maybe making another appointment with one of those doctors can help rule out any kind of siezures, I've been tested before and it isnt painful. They put these weird wires glued to your head and they flash lights in diffrent patterns on the side to see if it activates any seizures.
Well keep us updated.
Carmen~*~*~Chronic Pain Moderator
DX-Chronic Pain due to two freak car accidents, Pancreatic Divisum,Fibromyalgia, Asthma, Depression w/anxiety, Migraines
Meds- Suboxone 16mg for pain, Cymbalta 60mg, Lyrica 50mg, Imitrex 100mg PRN,Ibprofen 800mg PRN, Ventolin Inhaler PRN, Visteril PRN