hey, i have vestibular dysfunction on my left side and its so debilitating though I'm currently getting physio for it but it hasn't started working yet. is anyone else in the same boat? did it ever get better? :(
what are you taking for vestibular anxiety?
Iv been having severe vertigo it’s like the whole room is spinning then after I feel pain in my chest and fatigue , I can’t think or do anything and for some reason my dr doesn’t believe I’m having a seizure I’m not sure if it’s even related what do I do
Hi, I’m Holly. I was recently just diagnosed with vestibular neuritis. I am currently in physical therapy for this. It is working, but I have good and bad days. Looking to meet people who are unfortunately struggling with the same illness, what you’re doing to get better, and what your symptoms are like do you also have good and bad days? Does being tired or stressed aggravate it etc. looking forward to meeting you all! 😁
hi! i have a question for you all. i have recently been feeling really tired, dizzy, having the headaches more often than usual, and worst all all my vision has been horrible. there was one day were i saw black spots but most times i just feel unbalanced and i see very blurry. i need to talk to my doctor but I'm wondering if this could be signs of vertigo? i have been diagnosed with a severe vitamin d deficiency this week which the doctor says explains the fatigue and tiredness. butt he rest of the symptoms she said i need to get an MRI to see if it's nothing neurological. any feedback is appreciated
I have suffered from vertigo and tinnitus now for about 3 years. I feel my tinnitus is always there, sometimes worse than others. The vertigo comes and goes. But it makes me nauseous and I throw up. I have been to ENT, and had all the tests. Everything comes back normal. Any suggestions on next steps? Plz and TIA!
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