A couple of days ago I woke up feeling very dizzy. There were no other symptoms until after I took a shower before I went to sleep. My ear started ringing. I decided to go to sleep anyways. I was pretty restless through the night. I woke up the next day feeling nauseous, still dizzy, still hearing the ring in my ear, and a sharp pain in my ear would occur every so often. The doctor I visited said it may be from eating hard food, causing inflammation in my ear. She sent me home with 12.5mg of Meclizine to be taken every 6 hours. As I am writing, a numbness is developing on half of my tongue on the side with the ear pain/ringing (left side). There is also a white stripe along the left side of my tongue that the right side does not have. Should I call my doctor in the morning and update her on the situation, or just keep taking the Meclizine and wait for it to go away?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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