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June 12, 2010


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Jan 2016 I had 3 vertebra replaced with 3 cages. 3 months later I had vertigo. Constant dizzy spells when I stood up and when I layed down. Went to thearpy and vertigo is gone but now I am having a constant buzzing noise in both sides of my head. Went to an ENT and my hearing is normal. But BUZZ.

I, too, woke up in the middle of the night with vertigo and joint pain. I was told they are unrelated and have work ups for rheumatic issues and separate work ups for my wandering joint paints that mainly affect my arms but have started going to the backs of my knees and heels. I stay dizzy with a couple of vertigo attacks, syncope a couple times, wandering joint pain, irritability, forgetfulness, and fatigue.

My fiancé has vertigo. It has turned our world upside down. He is an animal control specialist and is unable to do his job one in which he loves. He has fallen down steps and they ran all of the tests they could think of and everything has come back negative. He was sent to specialist and everything was negative so they diagnosed him with vertigo with unknown cause. Also has many food allergies. He's been dealing with this everyday for 2 years. Says he feels "wobbly" to where he feels like he is falling and sometimes does. Any information you can give us or direction would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

Dear Dr. Clark,

I have been diagnosed with Hashimoto's over a year ago. But my symptoms have been around since over 11 years ago. At that time, I suddenly went into peri-menopause, got vertigo briefly, and was left with chronic tinnitus. I got on bio-identicals which stopped the hot flashes and insomnia but never addressed the tinnitus. I have all the classic symptoms of hypothyroid also.
Thank you for your article. I do think I have autoimmune inner ear disease. Is there a test to confirm this disease?

Thank you,
Robin White

About 6 months ago I woke up one morning at 4:00 am got up and couldn't walk
I am 66 years old and have been diagnosed with immune deficiency after having pneumonia so much and I started taking immune o glob ins once a month. Whenwhat I thought was a stroke I was rushed to the hospital and was diagnosed with vertigo, we were in a hotel on a trip and I couldn't travel for a week. I went to an ENT doctor when I got home and and was tested and he said that I had central
Vertigo and I have just been dealing with coming and going episodes. I'm really sick right now with confusion and blurred vision I can't even hardly count money much less drive. I have a bad accessed tooth infection I have been on anti-Boris but it's getting worse I do believe my immune systom is off and was wondering should I continuing mt monthly infusions and if this infection in my mouth gotten taken care of might relive my systoms? Please advise!!!!!

Could it be the anterior canal causing the 'front falls' bending over OR bilateral BPPB?

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