I have had episodes for over a year now that when I I see fast moving objects in my view such as cars, etc. I get dizzy any want to pass out. From my research I have concluded that this is horizontal nystegamous. I see a neurolist and he does not say anything about this. My ENT, and medical doctor can't give me an answer. I'm frustrated and just want my life back. This is bad because I sometimes can't drive and I get vertigo symptoms that no one can explain. I feel that these Doctor's might think of me as a hypochondriac and not look at the real cause.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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