I saw the neurologist today. He seemed weirded out by something my arms were doing because he kept having me repeat the tests for those (the grip, the hold em out and close your eyes, the move them in various fast ways simultaneously), but ultimately said my exam was "normal" except my leg reflexes are super-hyper. Which I think is mostly tension based or else just how I am, because this isn't news to me. I could feel myself having tremors in my right hand and arm during the tests so maybe that's what he kept rechecking. For whatever reason, it's the right one being more uncooperative today (it was my left side being uncooperative that got me the appointment in the first place). I failed the touch your nose test with that arm twice. Nearly fell over when I stood on my toes because my leg muscles were shaking so hard. And yet somehow all of this is more or less normal!
I asked specifically about a tumor, which he said was "very unlikely." He also said we really can't know what's up until I'm off the Wellbutrin, so I should check in with my regular doctor after I've been off it a while. Which I hope means I can finally STOP TAKING THAT GARBAGE.
I'm still nervous about it. Maybe I'll feel better once I talk to my regular doctor after they confer next week. He seemed really intrigued/concerned by the arm thing, but maybe I was just reading too much into it.
I should be able to relax about this now, I would think, but...I'm still worried. Maybe it's just because I still feel crappy. I mean, if he thought there was any possibility that something was actually wrong with my brain he would've recommended further testing, right?