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... well, this is interesting, i was dx'd with vn. i had a big vertigo attack at first where i could not go to work for a week. then it came back. for the first 2 months, it was constant vertigo, now it is on and off. ... (9 replies)
... hour period of severe vertigo where I could not move without spinning and vomiting. ... (28 replies)
... headedness. The doctors said i was suffering from vertigo due to a virus in the ear, and it would clear up in 10 days to 2 weeks or so. ... (35 replies)

... s and exactly how yours started...I have no answers and because I started a new job I'm waiting for my ins to continue to search for answers I too was told I hav vertigo and that the rocking swaying may be a syndrome called disembarking syndrome like we u disembark from a ship u still feel u are rocking. ... (30 replies)
... minutes and is triggered by sudden head movement. Friday the vertigo was severe, lasted 11 hours, and wouldn't lessen no matter what position I was in or how rapidly I moved my head. ... (7 replies)
... Not sure if mine is vertigo, but mine is constant and is more of a lightheadedness than spinning (6 replies)
... I have been suffering from panic attacks for a couple of weeks now and ever since my first one i have never seem to come down from this constant spacey feeling. I have been to my doctors twice and first time i got told it was probably just vertigo and to go back in a week if i dint feel any better. ... (5 replies)
... months ago, i had true vertigo, dizzy as all heck for a week. this went away and 2 weeks later, constant vertigo, but much milder, and the constant tinnitius. ... (10 replies)
... Again for those who don't know, I had vestibular neuritis in my right ear back in '95. In 2001, I started to have constant vertigo and so had a nerve section and labyrinthectamy to eliminate the right balance system. ... (9 replies)
... like I am walking around on a cruise ship in the middle of a crazy storm and I am constantly off balance. I was fortunate in that my family doctor knows about vertigo and has had it himself so he didn't just blow it off as 'anxiety', he prescribed me Betahystine however it hasn't helped that much. ... (30 replies)
... BUMP. I have been diagnosed with BPPV, and also have a constant sense of wooziness and imbalance. I have been told by a local neurotologist who specializes in vertigo and dizziness that the BPPV is causing the sense of imbalance and that it's not unusual at all. He said that I need to go to VRT and have more Epley maneuvers. ... (7 replies)
... My life is a MESS. On April I had my first vertigo attack and I have residual symptoms after that. The worst is a constant... ... (18 replies)
... Urm, no its not normally have one vertigo attack at the start then just constant dizziness. Vertigo attacks could be BPPV. ... (9 replies)
... over and over and over...... I was dizzy, nauseous, off balance all the time, it seemed like everything around me was moving, and that was on top of the violent vertigo attacks I kept having. I totally agree with your comments that there is too much emphasis on this "thing" disappearing after a few weeks or months. ... (39 replies)
... Just wondering if anyone else experiences this odd little symptom with their dizziness. I have had constant vertigo for about 5 months now, but the vertigo feeling seems to be on its way out. I only notice it when im laying down or sitting still. ... (2 replies)
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... Hi guys, I'm new on here but i've read some threads & it can be really helpful to talk to people on here. For the past almost 2 months i've been suffering with this dizzyness/vertigo sensation. Its not a spinning dizzyness its more like a rocking swaying feeling. It started off by just a slight rocking sensation when i was walking then one day we went on a car trip & the next... (30 replies)
Meniere's Disease?
Sep 26, 2006
... Age isn't too much of a factor as it can strike at any age. Endolymphatic Hydrops is thought to be a problem with fluid level regulation in the inner ear (basically the inner ear accumulates too much fluid and the storage reservoir bursts bathing the balance and cochlear apparatus in fluid- this not like fluid in the middle ear, you cannot feel the innerear as it has no... (22 replies)
... that ruled out VN and lab, but it was certainly possible to have a vertigo attack following either of these. ... (9 replies)
... supported and freaked out big time. I coped by crawling to the bathroom and staying in bed for 9 weeks solid Not to be recommnded. Gradually the vertigo subsided into intense dizzy that then wore off about month 4. Have residual symptoms ever since, detail below. ... (13 replies)

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