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... Hi, I came across your post after replying to another one that has the same symptoms. I can say that you are not alone in the way you are feeling! ... (14 replies)
... Right now my symptoms are so numerous I won't go into them now. I'll start with the strangest, and the ones that started everything. I was driving along and felt the sensation of bubbles going to my head. Like bloop, bloop, bloop. The white of one of my eyes turned all red no pain but lasted a few days. ... (1 replies)
... symptomatic with the Arnold Chiari, and felt that I may never have problems with it. ... (17 replies)

... off balance, bouncy feeling and also at times I will get a thrusting feeling come over me like some unknown force is pushing me inside of myself. ... (9 replies)
... A couple of months ago I got out of bed one morning and was very dizzy. I figured i had some type of ear infection or something of the sort. I went to an ENT Doctor a couple days later and he found no problems. He cleaned out my ears and sent me on my way. ... (4 replies)
... I have the same type of dizziness. It's not a spinning but more like the inside of my head is just moving back and forth. Like you, when I stare at words or anything really.. it seems to vibrate. ... (3 replies)
... It could very well be headache related. Go to healthboards.com to the headache board. ... (4 replies)
... days a week and playing sports. I eat healthy and do not drink but my sleep habits have always been poor and I did suffer from depression for about 6 months 1.5 years ago. ... (2 replies)
Chiari Anyone????
Feb 27, 2005
... and there is pressure put on ur brain and some times ur spine which can lead to another condition sometimes associated with it, syringomyelia. Thats where the chiari causes the CSF to stop flowing and creates pockets of spinal fluid which slowly severe and crush ur spinal chord. ... (21 replies)
... After reading your most recent post it sounds even more to me like TMJ. You certainly would not notice yourself clenching and grinding at night because you are asleep. The fact that your teeth are losing enamel and shortening should be proof that this is in fact taking place. ... (71 replies)




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