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In November, 2019 I woke up somewhat dizzy and lightheaded. It never really went away. I’ve been to ENT (who ruled out any ENT issues) and neurologist. 2 MRIs both normal. Neurologist says I have weakness in left ear. I generally feel “foggy” and kinda out of it. Doctors just say it’s nothing because I’ve had 2 MRIs. Anyone else relate to this?

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    • Kirky

      710d

      *Lose balance

    • Kirky

      710d

      *Lose balance

    • Kirky

      710d

      I'm sorry that you are going through this as well. Last year, coupled with random panic attacks, I started to loss my balance. ENTs, Neurologists, Cardiologists, Pain Doctors, PT, etc etc. All labs and imaging came back fine, and Vestibular rehab did help alot, but I got greedy to quick. Ended up getting occipital nerve blocks and facet joint shots in October. Messed me up worse than I was. Still struggling to this day. Had to up my small does of Zoloft to a much larger one now. However, I have discovered Qi Gong and I think it is helping 🙏.

    • KellzBellz

      724d

      Yep. Balance function test showed a weakness in my right ear. There’s a special type of physical therapy called vestibular rehabilitation. It’s helped me quite a bit.

    • Moongirl

      724d

      Yes. Have you seen a cardiologist?

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