Telling how weird I felt, how badly I heard, how dizzy and confused I had become, was the worse before diagnostic of my AN.
I knew that something was increansingly wrong but telling people who knew me as strong and active was always bringing an expression of disbelief as if I was looking for attention. And this is not something I ever needed.
When final I had an appointment with a neurologist, I prepared a page where I listed my symptoms and rated the frequency in one column, the pain evaluation from 1 to 10 in another column and what I believed it came from in a third column
The visit didn't bring anything, but, on leaving, the neurologist was hanging on to that page and obviously not eager to give it back.
When i said,"do you want to keep it? It immediatly made it vanished in his pocket. It was already folded, not by me.
I will list my past symptoms next time, if you wish to read this. But I know that specialist wished to keep it.