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... Unfortunately it is impossible to conclude that the levels of progesterone are the issue.. the article simply shows that in women with migraine-associated vertigo there is a polymorphism (error) in one of the genes that codes for the progesterone receptor (PGR in the article). Similarly when you hear people talking about 'too much serotonin' and 'too little serotonin', it is... (16 replies)
... I think I'll definitely prod the new doctor to get hormones checked. ... (16 replies)
... Migraine is still the cause of dizziness and other neurological symptoms, but you may have found and resolved the triggering factor, rather than cured a whole host of symptoms independently. ... (19 replies)

... I'm sorry you are not feeling well again. Maybe your hormones are messed up now? ... (7 replies)
... I also agree about the thyroid testing...I don't know about it causing vertigo, but I think it can cause dizziness. Ask the docs what they suggest testing...anything that could contribute to dizziness...anemia, etc. ... (21 replies)
... It's a good place to start. Ten to one the last blood test you had previously, didn't check for things that could be causing dizziness or migraines. ... (13 replies)
... Yes Adam, true, true. My main problem was migraine, which in turn was causing most of my misery definitely. ... (19 replies)
... after reading and doing a lot of research, it should be somewhere at 80 at it's LOWEST. So if you look at your test and your estradiol is under 80, it could be causing your neurological problems like it was me. ... (19 replies)
... Hi Alexi and Sipa! Yes, Alexi, the BC pill can and DOES definitely impact your hormone balance. 9 years is bound to mess with the levels for sure. Not saying you have to get off of them or anything, but you may want to look into different options or try going off of them for a while. Warning though - your body is now used to having that extra estradiol that is obtained... (19 replies)
Hormones - women!
Jul 18, 2005
... whack too, but once your meds are regulated your thyroid symptoms should start to settle down. I really think you are just battling two different things at once causing both things to fight each other to get well. ... (23 replies)
Hormones - women!
Jul 18, 2005
... and I'm still wondering if this is what is causing my ear and dizziness problems. Does anyone else have thyroid trouble? ... (23 replies)
... I know you're a guy, but for all of the females reading this, hormones really aggrivate this as well, so just plan to kind of take it easy on those days, but deifnitely still get out and walk. ... (9 replies)
... I just think that your hormones in general are fluctuating because of your age. ... (39 replies)
... stradiol, which really helped in the beginning, but I think in the end it can mess with the bodies natural way of progressing towards menopause so I stopped it. Hormones can also make migraines worse by causing too much fluctuation. ... (39 replies)
... Adam Good Post Adam---Scott would prob agree with all of that---think he is on travel...good research!! (17 replies)
... Even though most vertigo and dizziness is due to migraine, its a shame that they didn't give it a unique name, or people would me much more receptive to it. ... (17 replies)
And it's back..
Oct 2, 2007
... Haha, yep. Unfortunately what I got from the article is that basically it isn't well understood at all how hormones affect "otoconial degeneration," which they assume is the cause of BPPV. Just that these particular authors believe that there is a link. ... (14 replies)
And it's back..
Oct 2, 2007
... Maybe the Epley works like the placebo effect, OR, maybe it moves around the mechanism that is causing the dizziness even if it is hormone related. ... (14 replies)
... I am going to see a hormone doctor next week, so hopefully she can get my hormones figured out and then maybe that will help me. ... (14 replies)
Oct 24, 2006
... referred me to a neurologist because of the neck tremor. Believing it wasn't really a malignant symptom, I neglected to tell the doctor about it and chalked my dizziness and the eye things, tinnitus, etc. ... (3 replies)

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