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Vertigo IsoM

Posted by beardedlady on April 7, 2002, at 6:30:14

In reply to Not Quite Vertigo beardedlady, posted by IsoM on April 7, 2002, at 3:02:24


Yeah, I did a lot of research about this when it first happened. It's hard to say why yours sounds like vertigo (women--especially those in pre- or full-fledged menopause get it a lot), and mine doesn't! I can only tell you that I have no spinning--just a constant feeling of "off," which is near impossible to describe. Lots of things make it worse--elevators, washing dishes, long hallways--but nothing makes it better. The floor-dropping sensations come when I do those things; otherwise, I'm just somewhat off. It has eased up quite a bit from the usual feeling of being on the ocean! But there are some things I just don't want to live with. I am determined!

The very moment this all started, though, I had some trouble with my ears--making a weird clicking news when I used a muscle inside them to clear a feeling of clogged ears. (Two ENTs said there is absolutely nothing in my ears, though I think this happened when one of them pulled a giant wax plug out! Maybe that had been protecting me from ear-born viruses!)

Thanks, and I have to go now because my husband thinks I'm addicted to the board.

beardy : )>




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