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about 10 weeks ago i woke up dizzy and didnt know why, it was my sister wedding and i thought maybe just nerves. i took sea sick meds (wedding was on a yacht) and it helped a little bit. after another few weeks it didnt go away and it scared me so much that i didnt want to go anywhere thinking i would get dizzy. I went to my GP and she looked and said i looked fine, called for blood work and told me to go to a neurologist. blood work came back NORMAL.
Recently (late-Feb) I tested positive for allergic rhinitis (skin test) to dust-mites, trees and grasses, and allergist has put me on Nasonex, Astelin and Claritin, and I've dust-proofed my house (but still have a lot of carpeting). She also suggests allergy shot if things don't improve. 4. Sleep study (mid-Feb) was negative 5 Comprehensive Blood Test (late-Jan) was normal, except slight elevation of Lymphocytes (37) and ESR (13). ANA was negative and TSH was 0.43. .
internet gives so much negative and conflicting info and quite honestly its scary as well. my only symptoms are, little pressure in forehead sinus headache, i use the netty pot to clean my nose at night but last nite when i blew my nose it bled pretty bad on the right side, looks like it was coming from behind that polyp thing. it did stop ...i am currently just looking for some type of something to put me at a little more ease i quess. thanks .
I was assessed with asthmatic bronchitis. I was given a nebulizer treatment and placed on Nasonex, Levaquin, keeping with Albuterol and guess what SINGULAIR was introduced by my PCP on this visit. On August 15, 2006, I underwent respiratory allergy test by Quest Diagnostic and my Immuoglobuin E (assuming Eosinophil) was out of range. In September of 2006, I had bronchitis, walking pneumonia and a viral rash that came while I was enjoying a walk in the sun at lunch.
-I was again going for many visits to this allergist and all he prescribed me was nasonex. it does have the ingredient in dulera so maybe it can help breathing/asthma. I was also prescribed allegra-d but it is expensive and I take singulair To control asthma, you must control ALL asthma triggers like allergies, reflux, chemical and particulate irritants... -GERD can exacerbate asthma and I take nexium/zantac Stress is a known trigger of asthma as well.
The dizziness resembled being carsick, with lightheadedness and occasional moments of nausea and feeling faint (but I never passed out). I had a CAT scan and blood work twice, and so far no diagnosis for the dizziness/fatigue. It got better for a few weeks but last week I began to have dizzy spells again, this time accompanied by maxillary sinus pressure. I had just switched allergy medications, from Nasonex to generic Flonase, right at the time my symptoms returned.
For about 3 yrs I have been dizzy and had sinus pressure and headaches could the dizzines be from allergies i am taking claritan and using nasonex but they dont seem to work i also have diabetes but that is under control do you recommened anything that would help with the dizziness
my sons fever and rash went away after a few days. i took him off the nasonex. i wasnt sure about the viral pathology but he was tested when he was little for diabetes.neg. i had already looked into rocky mountain and his symptoms dont match up.he was at the eye doctor when this all started because of the headaches. they found nothing but a little allergy reaction to something. the ear nose throat doctor was the one who put him on the nasonex, every thing else checked out with him too.
I have pressure in ears and nose is plugged up on right side and dizziness and motion things bother me I went to ENT and he said everything looked good. I cant even believe that considering how I feel he gave me nasonex and have to do vrt. How does a healthly person that started having anxiety attacks have so many health problems, maybe we are making ourselves sick..
We have been with the pain management doctor for just over a year now, but we are constantly fighting my husband's tolerance. My husband is a big guy and he has always been able to drink and take the strongest medication with no effect on his body what so ever.
I have been to ENT and had MRI scan, nothing wrong with inner ear, the ONLY TIME it went away was when i cleared my hep-c virus when on treatment, it came back soon as i relapsed (virus come back) ive studied and studied on this subject and iam at the conclusion that mine is caused from my immune system constantly on attack mode trying to fight off the virus in my blood stream - ive read somewhere that its possible that its causing tinnitus - Ive also been eating sugary foods at night and slippi
I started having this sensation in end 2007, and in mid 2008 I was diagnosed with diabetes. I have also been to the doctors to check my eyes, inner ear and no problems detected. Even the Doctor seem rather puzzled by my complaints. I have a feeling it is due to the blood glucose levels, or also perhaps due to dry eyes. Nowadays I have to get my sister to help drive on the highway.
About six months ago my left neck began to hurt and I noticed what I thought was a lump there. I went to a head and neck specialist and he said that I had inflammtion of my Carotid artery(Carotidynia). The lump, I guess, was just the bifurcation of my artery that was swollen. The doctor told me to take an anti-inflammatory(ibuprophen) for 2 weeks. The pain finally diminished, but about a month later it started in my right neck.
I have been dizzy now for almost 2 months, and my doctor has given me nasonex and allegra. I haven't started the allegra yet, but my symptoms are getting worse. The dizzyness is almost all of the time, and especially bad if I move to quick and from sitting to standing. Headaches are getting worse, hard to get rid of. I have had blood work and an exam, and all the Dr. noticed was that my nasal passages were extremely dry. Everything else has checked out great.
In Jun, I was sick with extreme fatigue, headaches, and dizziness. Saw a doctor in Jul and was given OTC headache meds. They did bloodwork that came back normal. Since that time I have had daily head pressure and tinnitus. The tinnitus comes and goes and can be really loud and annoying. Visited another doctor in Sep who thought it might be an allergic reaction and was given zyrtec for a month. No change with the head pressure.
I have taken antibiotics, no smoking, alcohol, allergies - actually they gave me Nasonex to use in case of. I have an excellent doctor and vocal therapist whom are among the best in the business. I've been scoped at least 8 times since surgery, and the surfaces of each vocal fold look good and move well. They are just swollen beyond that. It's a mystery as to why I am not healing.
My chest x ray is normal but the doctor could not do a pft because of my continuous cough at that time. My blood work for pneumonia diabetes and cholesterol are all good. sinus CT scan is normal too. Is this viral is it okay to take several months for cough to go away. I have no wheezing or asthma history. could this be lung infection? Please help.
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I have been to about 30 doctors- including ENT's allergists, neurologists, chiropracters, opthamologists. psychologists, dentists and everything else u can think of. All CT scans, MRI of brain and blood work keep coming back clean and ok. Nothing I try seems to work. There was a period of time about 3 and a half years ago that the symptoms lifted for about 4 months and then it returned full force.
about 10 weeks ago i woke up dizzy and didnt know why, it was my sister wedding and i thought maybe just nerves. i took sea sick meds (wedding was on a yacht) and it helped a little bit. after another few weeks it didnt go away and it scared me so much that i didnt want to go anywhere thinking i would get dizzy. I went to my GP and she looked and said i looked fine, called for blood work and told me to go to a neurologist. blood work came back NORMAL.
I went to an ENT who ran sinus CT Scan which came up mostly negative aside slight mucus build up. A touch to the forontal passages and my ears want to explode. Aside from daily doses of Nasonex, which don't appear to be working is there I went to another general doctor who ran blood test, carotid doppler test, ekg head CT scan of the head which all came back negative.
I tried Flonase and then Nasonex. (I had been on Nasonex for a while and then the insurance company stopped paying for it in October of 2013) Symptoms continued to worsen. I went through 4 doctors and no help. (one was an ENT) I had headaches, spots in my vision that were intermittent, also hearing loss that was intermittent, a whooshing in my ear and ear and eye pain (all on the right side.
I have had that problem since I was a little girl. I now use Fess saline spray and Nasonex, and ta-da! I can BREATHE again! Have you had your iron levels checked?These are often low with Hashimoto's too, and may well be adding to your tiredness. Always good to start with single symptoms and try to work through them, as I am doing, and then you can get a better understanding as to what IS the thyroid issue and what isn't. Many symptoms are so alike it is easy to blame the thyroid.
feels like some one is running fingers through my hair and random numbess of face. meds are zyrtec d and nasonex. could this be injury due to work. had probes test arms and L side showed significant lag of sensory reflex (i am r handed go figure) noticed weakness in muscles and cramping of legs. co workers have noticed facial movements during conversation.
Dear Dr, I have no where else to turn. I live in canada and I'm 29 years old. Family history of type 1 & 2 diabetes and hyperthyroid. On aug 2007 I presented with symptoms that were rather scary. I had a rash on the right side of my penis. Also with fever and I was feeling very tired. I went to a walk in (as i don't have a family Dr.) And the GP said that the rash looked bacterial, she gave me fucidin and sent me on my way.
looking, Thanks for the post. With your workup it really sounds like you have no significant coronary blockages. Also, the chronic nature of your symptoms really argues against that as a cause. I would look into other causes like gastointestinal, musculoskeletal or anxiety for your symptoms. No one is discounting you are having them and it doesnt mean you should watch your blood pressure and cardiac risk factors to prevent future problems.
I've had Moderate persistent asthma - Take advair 100/50 - had for about 4/5 years. Have been lapse in doing the advair twice a day like I am supposed to. Now also apply Nasonex at night. And Dr has prescribed Pramipexole 0.125mg at bedtime. Now I'm told I may have: 2. Possible hypothyrdoid - awaiting test results 3. Possible diabetes.- monitoring blood sugar My doctor wants me to go on nocturnal oxygen at 3L/m. I went to a sleep lab. -0.
I forgot to mention that i tried allergy pills, Nasonex, and allergy eye drops. The first in incident I only used the drops so the second time around I went at it with everything and it didn't heal any faster that time. The odd thing I noticed was usually the OTC eye drops usually sting a lot when I have had eye allergies before and there was none of that during these instances. Cold compresses didn't seem to do much either.
Possibility of any drugs causing it or dry mouth, oral cancer, damage to the lingual nerve, and diabetes are the other causes for a burning tongue and if nothing else is found these should be explored. It can also be gastric reflux (ruled out in your case.
Nitric oxide is lethal to bacteria and viruses and is also known to increase oxygen absorption in your lungs from 10-25 percent. This is why it's important to inhale through your nose, especially when you are exercising. Your smell and taste buds are connected. If you can't breathe well through your nose, then your sense of smell will suffer, which means that your sense of taste will be altered as well. This can lead to appetite and weight issues.
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