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... years old, I would go running in cold winter mornings for school. I would get the most disabling pain in my throat, then moving to my ears eventually giving me a slight headache and dizzyness. ... (8 replies)
... years old, I would go running in cold winter mornings for school. I would get the most disabling pain in my throat, then moving to my ears eventually giving me a slight headache and dizzyness. ... (8 replies)
... Whenever I exercise in cold to moderately cold weather I get severe shooting pains in my inner ears. ... (8 replies)

... To be honest, I really haven't been keeping up with the VRT. After I got a cold and set me off a few weeks ago, I kinda having been doing it like I should. I'm going to start doing it more. ... (12 replies)
... triggered by an acute inner ear problem that started when my head was exposed to very cold weather without protection. I started with BPPV, and ended up with MAV. ... (4 replies)
... Changes in the air pressure, caused either by the weather or by your going up or down in an airplane can cause sinus or ear pain. ... (7 replies)
... Iv noticed that for the past few days, when i burp our yawn, my right ear hurts. Has anyone ever heard of this before? ... (0 replies)
... Hi Glad to hear it's copable. Still having tests, although Menieres keeps raising it's head in the discussions, I'm fed up with people looking at me as if i'm insane when I describe the symptoms. I don't know if anyone else is the same, but I'm always worse in the damp weather?? The summer was 80% for me, the last 2 miserable days I feel only 60% All started 12... (8 replies)
... it. At first I just thought I was tired or dehydrated, anyway it did not subside so I went to a doctor over there who said it was a sort of vertigo, either from ear wax or poor blood flow around the ear. ... (1 replies)
For Scott
Oct 17, 2005
... however, she did say the first few times her neck hurt after an adjustment. I'm afraid because if I feel any more pain or discomfort it could send me to jump off a bridge. ... (60 replies)
... This is honestly my last post for today. I am going to take my son to the park and try and enjoy the last bit of sunshine for we have a cold front moving in tonight. The high for today is 78 and tomorrow is 60 and then it is going into the 50's. Yuck. ... (32 replies)
Need Help!!
Sep 30, 2005
... I have had numerous ear infections that were treated with atibiotics for as long as I can remember. ... (2 replies)
... It's not the like occasional one ear ring that everyone experiences from time to time. ... (12 replies)
... Guys, my condition came on SUDDENLY, on January 24th 2008. Before that, I had only some labrynthitis in the right ear almost a year earlier, which I recovered from perfectly with just some minor hearing loss and tinnitus as a result. ... (10 replies)
... dizziness, motion intolerance, light sensitivity, ear pressure, and much more. I have a quite severe case. Yours seems to have come on gradually, which is the case for many people. ... (53 replies)
... Sleeping on my back is the only position, I can sleep... because my bad ear is the left and my right shoulder is so much pain from my neck... ... (46 replies)
... meniners disease. YOu read there site and you feel pretty blessed to only have what we have, even though it is a real pain to have to put up with this. As long as you have all the tests that they give you, you can feel good knowing there is nothing real serious. Cut out SALT!!! ... (27 replies)
... storms. Also, the cold bothers me, meaning that if I expose my head to cold air, I get woozier. Even on mildly windy days, I cover my head now. ... (35 replies)




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