... g blocked eustachian tubes like the other guy, which I'm sure it isn't. Surely just having blocked eustachian tubes could not make me feel dizzy, give me extreme head pressure and affect my eyesight? ... (12 replies)
... Hi stewart, it seems almost impossble to give any definite kind of diagnosis for smptoms like those you describe as so many conditions manifest themselves in this kind of vague, but overwhelming way. From what you describe however - especially the head pressure, the facial numbness, the visual problem and the difficuly concentrating, that you may be experiencing atypical... (12 replies)
... Dim I too have tinnitus in both ears and constant dizziness. I do have a slight high frequency hearing loss but not bad enough for correction. I'm convinced my dizziness and head pressure has to do with my inner ears / tinnitus. It's just seems all too interrelated to me. I've had my ears checked numerous times and they are fine...I just feel some damage was done back in aug... (15 replies)
... migraine can cause unremitting and continuous dizziness for years left untreated. ... (5 replies)
... Is MAV likely even though my dizziness has been fairly constant for 2+ months? (5 replies)
... known trigger. Head pressure and the off and on nature of attacks. You do not need to ever get headaches for this dx. ... (5 replies)
... I too, have had the balance problems you describe but now I am ok with that. Mostly it is dizziness for me now and head pressure. ... (5 replies)
... I'm in 'sunny' old England so our health service is pretty poor as far as I'm aware. I'd like to go to the ER if it meant getting it sorted straight away but I worry that perhaps I shouldn't go there as I'm not strictly an emergency case. I think I will try the doctor again first, I will see a different doctor and will tell him the things you recommended and also about your... (12 replies)
... I agree. Sometimes the doctors can be such jerks. I didn't have any pain in my face either. And NO common symptoms of a typical sinus infection. None at all. The pressure I had was also way back in my head. It felt like it was in the middle of my brain. ... (12 replies)
... hould have taken them an additional week, but my doc decided to give me Allegra instead which has really helped. I also take 800 mg of Motrin that helps with the pressure in my head. ... (12 replies)
... n as I walked in and kind of just sat there and got talked to. He still thinks my problems are caused by blocked eustachian tubes and told me to keep steaming my head in a bowl and told me to get Sudafed tablets which are over the counter decongestants. ... (12 replies)
... Not the kind that makes you sick to your stomach, just a weird unbalanced feeling and I felt very weak. I also had to be careful when moving my head as that made it worse. ... (12 replies)
... you've had the same problem susie and are feelling better. I could very much imagine it being a sinus infection now as it did start when I got a nasty bunged up head cold. I hadn't thought this would be possible as I too have no runny nose etc now, and my airways seem pretty clear. ... (12 replies)
... One of my head to check for any brain abnormalities and one of my sinus cavity. ... (12 replies)
... days after the weekend I woke felling slightly dizzy and sort of detached from everything, everything just didn't seem quite right. I then came down with a nasty head cold and was very congested, this then moved down into my chest. ... (12 replies)
... Can an ear infection start out as extreme head pressure with dizziness several weeks before you even feel any symptoms? ... (0 replies)
... Hello Lynn,
I haven't written for quite some time. I was wondering how you've been doing. What are your remaining symptoms, if any?
I just saw a doctor at UPMC in Pittsburgh this past Monday and had all that vestibular testing done. He diagnosed me with chronic subjective dizziness. He prescribed my Imipramine.
I hope you're doing better.
Nicole (15 replies)
... I'll keep you updates. I often get low level nausea from the dizziness as well...I hate that but it seems to come with the territory. I'll probably go down the vrt road as well. ... (15 replies)
... I hope you will be fine. Please keep me updated and let me know if you have an vestibular loss. That will show up on the caloric test. If you do, they might recommend VRT. It's vestibular rehabilitation therapy. I only did it two weeks and I needed to do it a lot longer than that. That was almost two years ago. But I do not understand why I was doing better last year. ... (15 replies)
... Hey Biteneck I'm sure not being able to drive is tough...I sure hope things even out for you and the dizziness subsides. I do get those same sensations in stores as well. Maybe trying an ssri might help? ... (15 replies)