:confused: My 15 year old daughter has been experiencing extreme fatigue and vertigo for several years. Sometimes the vertigo is so extreme she can't walk and even vomits. Her physical stamina is so poor she usually naps every day and the idea of participating in sports activities in impossible. Two years ago, she had a CT of her brain done and heart study, both came back normal. I noticed it usually gets worse during her period and we thought it was part of her hormones straightening themselves out. However, her fatigue and episodes of vertigo have hurt her in school and now she is in home-school (mostly for academic reasons). The homeschool lets her lie down when the dizzy spells come on or if she feels nausea. Could this be something serious even though the CT and heart monitor came back OK?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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