I am 25 and have have spent countless hours seeing doctors and specialist within the past year without any success. Last year, during my morning class, I would sometimes get these short moments when my brain felt like it was mis-firing. It is real hard to explain. Every perception would go funny; everthing felt "weird" One day this episode was so intense that I got a nose bleed, then the sensations stopped immediately. After that, it never happened again. Then, about 6 months later my sense of balance would "cut out" along with the vomiting reflex. It seemed to get worse the more I moved around. As time went by the doctors rulled out an ear infection and I had countless lab test done and everything shows up fine. When school started again, my vertigo like symptoms would get extremley intense when the teachers turned off the light for the overhead. Eye doctors, neurologist and everybody else didn't know what it was. I had to buy a car because after a few days of biking the vertigo would start again with high intensity and vomiting. I am also experiencing other health problems since then and I am worried that things will continue to get worse. Has anyone experienced this?
Any feedback would be greatly apperciated. I am very pro-active about this problem, so even a suggestion of a good place or book to research would be very helpful to me.
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