When I was in high school, I was in a science class and all of a sudden got really dizzy, went to the nurse, was sent home, and the dizziness has not gone away since. And when I say not gone away, I don't mean dizzy spells. I mean all the time dizziness. It is in varying degrees, that is for sure, but it is ALWAYS there. I have been to several different doctors, specialists, ear doctors, and am unable to find an answer. I also get several headaches a week, and have been told my blood pressure is a little high. Can anyone help me?? Doctors don't seem to be able to... and I'm feeling hopeless.
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