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Hello, this is Dr. David. I am reviewing your question now and will be with you momentarily.
I am sorry about your traumatic brain injury.
trauma to your frontal and cerebellum on the brain can cause your symptoms of difficulty walking and difficulty with balance.
it would not cause your medication and environmental and food allergies.
you may need to see an allergy and immunology doctor for allergy testing.
and you should carry around an epi pen.
yes, there are conditions where the corpus callosum which helps the left and right brain communicate is damaged,. you can ask your doctor if this is the situation for you.
let me know if you have questions.
higher doses of epinephrine can cause fast heart beat and irregular heart beating and can cause small bleeding in the cerebellum of the brain.
given your prior brain trauma, the epi could be causing these symptoms
you might have to tell your doctors you can't get two epi shots in the future close together.
they could give you a steroid injection as well with an epi to fight bad allergic reactions instead of two epi shots.