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Avatar f tn in july of 08 i woke up one morning, my right ear starting feeling as if it was tightening all of a sudden, then i started getting dizzy and feeling sick to my stomach, it was the starting of vertigo, which i had never had or heard of before...my husband took me immediately to the doctor, he checked me and said i am swollen in nose and glands, he gave me meclizine and told me to take it every 8 hours....that was all!..
Avatar n tn Atrial fibrilation could be misdiagnoised and masked as vertigo. Typically, ear problems can cause vertigo as well.
Avatar n tn Allergies, alone, wouldn't explain dizziness and vomiting. Allergies could affect the inner ear and cause an out-of-balance feeling, similar to what people experience during an episode of motion sickness. There's no allergy that I'm aware of that would directly cause dizziness/vomiting. You mentioned Meniere's disease, but vertigo isn't always Meniere's.
Avatar m tn On another note, you could be experiencing allergies. I get vertigo for fall allergies. Its weird because I get hardly any other symptoms for allergies...just vertigo and a stuffed nose. You also could be allergic to some sort of dust. I know there's a woman I work with who had to move her office out of the basement because she was allergic to some dust down there that would give her such bad vertigo she couldnt get up off the ground.
Avatar f tn I get vertigo when my neck and shoulder muscles are tight. But have found the fast relief capsules and lotion from Plexus to help. Also, their natural based Plexus Slim drink I take daily balances out blood sugar, Cholesterol, and lipids. http://www.plexusslim.com/staythirsty Check it out!
Avatar f tn Hi there, I am suffering from Vertigo and was wondering if anyone has experienced this and has any recommendations on how to handle it "naturally". I had my first Vertigo attack almost a year ago and had been to numerous doctors/neurologists/ENT's and they keep telling me that I have benign positional vertigo. Since then, I have been suffering with this on and off.
Avatar f tn I was diganosed with vertigo, ibs and anxiety. I also have eye floaters and an IUD Can all this be related? I have gone to my Dr. and he doesnt think so.
Avatar f tn I'm thinking maybe it's my allergies acting up. That wouldn't usually be the case this time of year, but I could have some inner ear thing going on and not know it.
Avatar f tn The doctor told me to not worry more than likely not but they have to do it just to rule it out, everyone around me seems to think it is allergies! I have had allergies in the past as of with dust and really itchy eyes but never has it made me dizzy like this but I guess allergies can do that to you, has anyone experienced this?? I'm so worried!
Avatar n tn s but the medicine Meclizine does not hep me at all, when I am having major vertigo I have to take valuim. This is the only medicine that will work for my vertigo. Thank God I have not had to take any for over a year now because I have found that I have allergies. I get 3 shots a week and this has helped (along with prayer) to take away my vertigo. Have you been checked for allergies? I would have never knew I was that bad with allergies until I was tested.
Avatar n tn I have also been having vertigo issues for the past nine months or so. Have tried several medications such as Zyrtec D, Flonase, Nasonex, Xyzal....also nasal rinses, and some vitamins and herbs...nothing works for long. Today the doc decided to start testing me for allergies to try to get to the root of the fluid and swelling in my ears. Your results sound interesting. I have in the past from time to time has what I think are fever blisters around the corners of my mouth.
Avatar m tn Due to this you may be having episode of vertigo associated with dizziness. This vertigo gets worse especially when you move your head. You may have to undergo routine blood tests, blood sugar, BP monitoring, brain MRI to rule out any pathology. Meantime drinking lot of water and fruit juice, relaxation, fresh air will help you. I suggest you to consult physician for further evaluation. Take care and regards.
Avatar m tn I, too, get some dizziness when my allergies are acting up (unfortunately, I suffer from year round allergies, but spring and fall are my worst) You may want to try an over the counter decongestant or antihistamine to see if they help. Of course, if you are under a doctor's care or on any other medication, please check with your doctor first before trying any of these. Hope you feel better.
Avatar n tn All normal. This all started with two episodes of vertigo upon awakening in the morning that lasted for about 30 seconds but left a residual dizziness. The doctor said this was benign positonal vertigo but the Epley did not work. I have had allergy testing which came up positive for dust, fall pollen and cats. The allergist says that I have eustachian tube dysfunction and has seen my eardrum retracted. The antihistamines and decongestants do not work, though.
Avatar m tn Well, it would be interesting to find out the following: 1. The extend of the hypoplasia of your artery. 2. What triggered the onset of your symptoms. 3. What are you allergic or sensitive to , in hopes of explaining the mild mucosa thickening. (You may have mild sinusitis) Look into Dr. Coca's Pulse Test to self-test for any allergies, sensitivities and intolerance to anything you ingest. free download. 4.
345124 tn?1234483278 this is what I've been doing for my "new" summer allergies that come with an dose of dizziness and at times vertigo. I can handle everything except the dizziness/vertigo. As soon as I feel it coming on and my ears feel stuffy I pop a Claritin, some Flonase and ibuprofen if it comes along with sinus press again.
865758 tn?1285952904 Does anyone know if allergies can cause increased heart rate? I have severe allergies requiring 9 allergy shots weekly and I noticed that on the days when my allergies are really bad my heart rate increases. I have had all the cardiac workup and other than showing periods of sinus tachycardia my heart is fine. Could allergies be doing this?
Avatar f tn Three years ago had vertigo. Then heavy left leg followed by right awhile later. Now feeling terrible pressure in nose, cheeks and forehead. Vertigo turned into constant and worsening dizziness. All tests negative for MS, ALS etc. Any thoughts?
Avatar f tn Have thought it was from bad allergies, sinus, since sometimes I feel that way to a lesser degree during the day as well. Have been tested and have very bad allergies. If I sleep with less than three pillows, it occurs more often. Could this possibly be sleep apnea instead. Definitely calling my doctor and making an appointment. Years ago I was diagnosed with anxiety and have awakened from an anxiety attack with these same feelings. It gets very confusing as to what is going on.
332074 tn?1229560525 I have stayed very high functioning since being diagnosised. I only have it in one ear. I also have severe allergies and this keeps my ears full of fluid pretty much at all times. I do take a diuretic and watch my salt intake. My problem is, if I start getting sleepy it seems to worsen the vertigo.
Avatar f tn Due to this you may be having episode of vertigo associated with dizziness. This vertigo gets worse especially when you move your head. You may have to undergo routine blood tests, blood sugar, BP monitoring, brain MRI to rule out any pathology. Meantime drinking lot of water and fruit juice, relaxation, fresh air will help you. I suggest you to consult physician for further evaluation. Take care and regards.
Avatar f tn Vertigo and dizziness are two diffferent things. With vertigo the room or objects around you appear to be spinning. With dizziness you feel like you are floating, or standing in a boat. Dizziness can be caused by your anxiety, and accompany panic attacks. You need to see an Ear, Nose, and Throat specialist to find out if you do indeed have an inner ear problem, especially since your GP feels you may.
Avatar f tn closed throat, fast heart beat, anxiety, ongoing hot flash, waking up at night by twitching, restless leg syndrome, weak knees, blurred vision vertigo, no appetite, ongoing hot flash, confusion, nausea, and trouble breathing.