I feel stunned and mentally drained, should I get an MRI?

I’m having this symptom everytime i’m talking for a time with friends or anyone. I feel stunned and mentally drained, it’s really bad. It’s not the tipical “feeling tired after hanging out” it’s something worse. I noticed that if i take a asprin before hanging out, it doesn’t happen at all or just slightly. So yeah, everytime i have to hang out with friends, i must take an aspirin to prevent this to happen. I also got this symptom trying to sing a song in my car and after taking several breaths. Yeah, after singing for a minute and taking breaths, boom i get this symptom (brain stunned and drained/tired) I really don’t know what’s going on, never had something like this before. I also noticed that if i drink something with sugar/caffein i feel slighty better. Has it something to do with brain oxygenation? I readt something about it and the symptoms are similiar. I suffered from long stress. Is it causing this? Someone suggested me to do a magnetic resonance. I really need to know what’s going on, i don’t think it’s right to take an aspirin everytime i have to hang out. Looks like “talking” causes it.
Medications: Nothing.

3 Comments on “I feel stunned and mentally drained, should I get an MRI?

  1. Hi
    My opinion you should do a brain angiography to check for transient ischemic attack ,also do Complete blood count (CBC) Prothrombin time (PT) and INR, HDL ,LDL , to understand the cause of your problem and treat it accordingly
    Good Luck

  2. Hi..
    Well it can be due to severe stress and psychological causes..
    But for further confirmation an MRI can be done..


  3. Hi,
    These are as you guessed and read , related to brain oxygenation, possibilities could be anemia, hypotension and transient ischemic attack , i recommend CBC,PT,INR and brain Angiography as soon as you can drink plenty of water and avoid hot weather and stress.

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