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srea

647d

First post. Two weeks ago I had an intense medication reaction (dizziness from Lamictal), and ever since, my mind has been consumed with trying to figure out what is wrong with me, and it’s, so many things. My work is suffering, again. I’ve been recommended to get with a psychiatrist, a dietitian, an orthopedist, and on other occasions maybe a speech therapist or ENT (never have yet). Thank God for my health insurance discount. And on another side, I’m worried about my girlfriend’s health problems. Sometimes I feel like I could save her life so easily if I were in a position to provide for her. I’m not, though. Not yet. She keeps saying it’s not my responsibility, and all I have to worry about is me. I guess…

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    • zoomiesmom

      646d

      @srea an ent trip might be a good call. Earwax build up can hurt!

    • zoomiesmom

      646d

      I've been to the ent a whole bunch of times. Random question? Does your ear ever fill with sound? Like loud loud sound? The dizziness could also be a lot of wax.

      • srea

        646d

        @zoomiesmom valid question. Sometimes, yeah, like it’s pressurized and I hear my own voice really loudly. I have had problems with earwax buildup before. I wasn’t dizzy then, I was simply hearing less, which I haven’t had recently.

        • zoomiesmom

          646d

          @srea an ent trip might be a good call. Earwax build up can hurt!

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