... Hi whizz...welcome to HB.
I hope you will be seeing an ENT for thorough testing for a diagnosis.
Have you had your sore throat swabbed and tested? I also suggest you have nasal swab done for sure as well.
There are many reasons for vertigo....i have BPPV, and sinus issues definitely can have some effect. High blood pressure, heart, herpes virus attacks of the ear,... (6 replies)
... I've had somewhat the same symptoms. The "attacks" are unmistakable. I, too, had ear aches! ... (6 replies)
... I am a 30 year old female in pretty good health. I have been under alot of stress lately so I am not sure if its anxiety dizziness or middle ear dizziness. ... (2 replies)
... The latest thing I have now is an ear infection. Apparantly exploded in 1 day...... Right now, I am having fullness, some dizziness, some clogging, and some pain.. I am on antibiotics rightnow. ... (5 replies)
... the inner ear infection your dr. ... (12 replies)
... hour spell of tinnitus one afternoon, ending with an hour of vertigo and then everything seemed back to normal for the next 2 days. ... (12 replies)
... I think they are the same thing, but I also have been told that I had a viral ear infection and not labyrinthitis. I had the vertigo initially but it only lasted a minute and was not as severe as with labs. I then had sensations of movement for at least 6 months. ... (23 replies)
... like I was going to faint. Since then the feeling fades in and out. Some days are fine and some aren't. I went to an ENT doctor today and he said I have an inner ear infection, that there aren't any antibiotics and that it could take up to 16 weeks to leave my system. ... (4 replies)
... like I was remembering the actions I was preforming and not actually doing them. No vertigo or balance trouble, just the feeling that I was seeing and thinking through a layer of gauze. ... (3 replies)
... or read or walk for very long. When I stand up I feel as if I am going to topple over, but I do not have vertigo. The doctor told me that I might have an inner ear infection. I have been taking 1500 mg of amoxicillin for 3 days now and nothing has improved. ... (25 replies)
... w it was from my ears...Okay, time goes by...I ask for antibiotics for sinus infection, hoping THAT would help with symptoms...Finally, a few weeks ago, my right ear was KILLING me, felt like an icepick in the ear and at the same time, like my right ear was going to blow out. ... (6 replies)
... which is a good sign. It does sound like an inner ear problem, just by looking at your symptoms. Definitely your inner ear can cause all those wierd symptoms. Did your doctor give you an antibiotic just in case you have an infection? ... (1 replies)
... of detail about this because I need as much advice as I can get. Basically, about 3 months ago I first started getting pain in both of my ears, I used olive oil ear drops in both and then pain went for a little while, the pain came back so I went to the doctors. ... (1 replies)
... I had had a bad cold. I don't have them often, but almost always when I do, I get an ear infection. I used to get ear infections often as a child, but that was before kids got tubes in their ears and before much of anything was done about it. ... (7 replies)
... kness in the ear, and the next it showed quite a normal reading with only slightly raised numbers.. perhaps the compensation process blocked the signals from the ear when you were having the test. The tightness around the neck feels like at times as if it restricts the flow of blood to the head.. ... (10 replies)
... Later that evening I started feeling ear pressure in my left ear. I went to sleep but woke up with the ear pressure still there and another minor headache. I also experienced some noise inside my head. ... (0 replies)
... When I lay down, I hear the sound of water dripping in the left middle ear area, and I can actually feel it. ... (0 replies)
... I really need help here. Shortly after a pretty significant fall over 17 months ago, my left ear began aching like I had an ear infection. I saw my GP who said there was no infection. ... (2 replies)
... and hearing loss presents itself as a textbook case of Labyrinthitis. Labyrinthitis is essentially an inner ear infection caused by a virus. This causes swelling in the portion of the ear that controls your balance, and this is responsible for your symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... I also have been having problems with off and on vertigo for a few weeks that cleared up about two weeks ago, then came back this morning with classic BPPV symptoms. ... (10 replies)