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... About 2 months ago I woke up one night with a tremendous amount of phlegm and had coughing and throat clearing and some dizziness and ear irritation. ... (4 replies)
... You may want to check with your primary care doctor to see whether you have a sinus infection. Headache and dizziness can be symptoms of a sinus infection, and allergic people are prone to getting sinus infections. ... (9 replies)
... I have dizziness, too - vertigo, actually, and I have medication for this. But it is the worst in the spring and the fall for me. (3 replies)

... absolutely dizziness is a symtom of allergy! you need to find new doctors!!! any ent worth his salt knows this.... ... (3 replies)
... You're not crazy, The ear-allergy connection is well known to most ear, nose and throat doctors (ENTs). Some ear-allergy problems are common. Severe nasal allergies can cause eustachian-tube dysfunction, which in turn may cause a variety of ear symptoms, such as recurrent infection, ear pressure, decreased hearing, tinnitus (ringing in the ear) and even vertigo (dizziness).... (3 replies)
... my head and sinuses, all clear. I notice when the dizziness is around my nose is blocked and my head feels like a bowling ball, but doctors keep telling me that dizziness and allergies even when your head is full do not go hand in hand. So am I crazy? ... (3 replies)
... I sometimes have similar issues. I think that I get swelling and congestion in the inner ear and the sinus above my eyebrow. I've noticed that it usually improves around 3:30 pm when the pollen count falls. I sometimes cut my allergy meds in half and take half at night and half during the day. It seems taking all or part of the antihistamine at night does help one not wake... (5 replies)
... I did take some allergy medication around 3 and the dizziness seemed to subdue shortly after, but I still have some pressure on the top of my head. ... (5 replies)
... In the past two months, my allergies have reached record heights for me. I cannot go anywhere without experiencing a reaction, as well as experiencing reactions in my home. ... (3 replies)
... Hey guys! I've been having some really strange symptoms lately due to my allergies, or at least that's what it seems like. Ever since exactly ironically August 15th (The date ragweed season starts) I have been feeling not myself. My symptoms include: Fatigue dizziness or lightheadedness sinus pressure eye fatigue and eye pressure fullness in ears derealization,... (9 replies)
... Thank you as many suffer from allergies and can't seem to find relief. I being one of them. ... (1 replies)
... Steven: Have you noticed anything that you have been around that could have triggered these reactions? It is very helpful to keep a diary when these reactions come on and note what you were doing, where you were, anything that you have been in contact with when these reactions occur. You also need to check under the section for "environmental disorders". I kept a diary and... (6 replies)
... Have you had the ELISA test for food allergies? They have one for air born allergens, too. (6 replies)
... It definitely sounds like allergies to me. They can drive you NUTS. I agree with the other writer that you should see an allergist. ... (6 replies)
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Apr 26, 2012
... Is everyone else's allergies wreaking havoc as much as his this year? ... (1 replies)
... I have just been reading about the problems you have been experiencing, as well as those that have been responding with similar symptoms. This is just a thought but have you seen an environmental illness specialist. At the beginning of your post, you were saying that you were feeling very dizzy when you first woke. Do you use fragranced laundry detergent or dryer sheets. ... (51 replies)
... Hi, Definitely you can be dizzy from allergies. I have hay fever for sometime now, since I was a young girl, and when it hits me bad I am dizzy and the worst part is that the meds I take for the allergy also making me dizzy so it's pretty much the same. I am looking for other stuff to take that wont make me dizzy. I heard about nose filters, I think I will give them a try,... (51 replies)
... Came across your question because I suffer from allergies as well. From my understanding your immune system might have something to do with it. ... (7 replies)
... The dizziness is no where near it used to be but the light headed feelings are very bothersome. ... (7 replies)
... A couple of things tell me that this may have to do with allergies, but allergies triggered an infection in you that went untreated. My mother complained of being dizzy for months. ... (51 replies)

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