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... I've not had it per se, but I can relate to your symptoms when I've had a bad cold and sinus infection. I can totally understand the driving insane, especially if you're not getting any relief. ... (5 replies)
... I don't know if a GP can properly diagnose you...push for an ENT. ... (6 replies)
... Total sympathy with you, its really scary and I dont usually get scared about many things, but this seemed to scare the heck out of me. ... (14 replies)

Frequency of BPPV
Mar 26, 2012
... There's never a set time of when the attacks happen or how long they can remain. ... (5 replies)
... ues to the board. It appears that MANY people have it much worse than I do, however, I am looking for some insight and advice. The main difference, from what I can assume, is that many sufferers of PLF here do not depend on air travel as their sole way of earning income. ... (6 replies)
... ANYONE GET SOME DIZZINESS W/ THE SEVERE ALLERGY SEASON WE ARE HAVING?? i TAKE ALLERGY SHOTS, USE FLONASE, AND YET WHEN APRIL- SEPT- I GET SUCH PRESSURE OVER MY EARS - AND BUBBLING IN MY EARS- I DO HAVE A DYSFUNCTINAL EUSTACHIAN TUBE- THAT I KNOW FROM THE DR. BUT THERE ISN'T SO MUCH HELP OUT THERE- SOMETIMES SUDAFED HELPS- IT IS TRAVELING IN A PLANE THAT IS REALLY BAD NEWS- IT... (1 replies)
... t was very helpful. I do run on the treadmill but I haven't really exercised since Aug 2003 because of the vestibular neuritis. I was very very sick for 4 months with sinus pressure, headaches and BPPV until the Epley in Oct 2003. ... (29 replies)
... Thanks for sharing your story. It's interesting to hear from someone dealing specifically with BPV as am I. Though, I can't imagine dealing with it off and on the way you have for so many years. ... (10 replies)
... I was diagnosed in 1975. I had classic BPV symptoms since 1965 in my right ear, but of course it was just diagnosed as vertigo. I lived with it, and went about my life. It came, it went, it came and stayed, it stayed away for a year or two and came back. And always at the wrong time. ... (10 replies)
Bppv
Nov 6, 2011
... Yes, it's possible to have vertigo when you're lying on your back or left side and not on the right or standing or tilting..depends where the crystals are stuck. ... (4 replies)
... Hi all, please bear with my long post. I've been doing a lot of research into my symptoms and not found any answers. Really appreciate any advice and help I can get. ... (0 replies)
... o Male that was recently diagnosed with labryinthitis by my GP. This is my story... ... (11 replies)
... otologists. One wasn't much help at all but the other one was fairly nice and seemed to care. ... (11 replies)
... to keep my sinuses open. I can tell a huge difference between using the spray and not using the spray. The problem with these nasal sprays is the rebound effect, but I have had no rebound effect as long as I'm using the steroid nasal sprays also. ... (26 replies)
... crackle when i swallowed, but now i can make that sound at will. it is annoying as hell... Ct scan revealed that i have cronic sinusitis, mean while i never had a problem with my sinuses. ... (34 replies)
... The best thing you can do is just continue "moving"..... ... (6 replies)
... but I can still remember the pain! So, I don't think that was any relation. ... (7 replies)
... I refuse to sleep sitting up. I can relate, I did it 3 times in the past when I had the Semont maneuver done. ... (29 replies)
... When I'm in an attack...actually, I don't really hinder my head movements. I'm constantly moving..I do get a bit dizzy with head movements and can catch myself no problem and learn to function very well after the second day. One place I never get dizzy is while driving. Never has bothered me. ... (26 replies)
... vertigo thing started, I discovered that I am a very very anxious person. During the MRI, I felt claustrophobic and the noise was creating nasty vertigo attacks. The technician had also forgoten to give me the panic button. I started having huge panic attaks where I could not breathe. ... (10 replies)


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