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help with vertigo/dizziness.....PLS

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  • Posted By: kkross
  • February 4, 2010
  • 04:09 PM

I have been dizzy for over a month now. The doctors cant find any underlining reason that i SHOULD be dizzy...but, that answer sure dont make the dizzy go away. Its 24 hours a day...to varying degrees. I have seen and ENT, with all normal results on the tests they did. I have been to a neurologist, also with all normal results. I have varying degree's on numbness/tingling in my face with the *episodes*. I have headaches, always at the back of my neck/base of skull of varying degree's as well. Some days I cant drive they are soo bad. My GP's final answer was to take zrytec for allergies, I dont even have the sniffles. I have neevr had allergies, and I dont have a cold. My ears got a clean bill of health from the ENT. So, that dont make sense to me, either. I dont know which way to go now. Am I not asking the dr's right questions? Should I ask them to do more tests? Second opinions? or just live with it...and hope it goes away? WHo can live with dizziness 24/7 for this long??

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  • I have the same problem mines been almost 2 months or just a little over but I was told I have fluid in my inner eardrum and that it could be from depression I have a lot of other issues as well did you ever resolve your problems.
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