i was a healthy 36yo female. 6months ago i hit my head very ******n the ground playing sport, a week later after running around the world started spinning it lasted 3hrs. Went and seen a neuroligist who said i had a lack of oxygen to my brain not to worry. Another week later after running around the world strated spinning again and didnt stop spinning. i had intense vertigo for 4 weeks, i could hardly walk eat, even eye movement would send my spinning. But now as i walk it seems like the world it moving as i walk, its like ive just hopped of a trampoline. i cant turn my head up down side ways without the vertigo feeling happening. i cant move very fast, definately cant run, cant bent over, i walk like a pole. ive seen an ent specialist done all the test that came up good. Neuroligist things i have a silent migraine given my tablets for it, not working. I hve had a ct on brain all clear, mri on brain show a small vessel ischaemia, neouroligist said not a problem. i have had a ct, ultrasound, xray of my neck all good.But is still have the vertigo problem.can someone please help. i am a single mum of 3 small kids, i need help. any any help would be good. xoxoReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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