ANSWERS: 5
  • No! It could be an inner ear issue, anemia, low blood pressure, or a calcium deposit in your brain at least those are the reasons given for my dizzy spells.
    • Anoname
      Aw - come on - say I'm dieing.
    • Linda Joy
      No!
    • Anoname
      D-nial.
    • Linda Joy
      We are eternal
    • Anoname
      You got me there.
    • Linda Joy
      And there, and over there!
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Is there a movie of this?
    • Linda Joy
      I don't think so..,
    • Linda Joy
      And you're dying. We all are, from the moment we're born.
    • Anoname
      That makes me feel better.
    • Linda Joy
      I see you very much like getting your own way too! Lol
    • Anoname
      No denial.
    • Linda Joy
      Lol
  • Sounds like too little sleep. How you been getting your rest? That happens to me when I'm stressed and get too little sleep.
    • Anoname
      I've actually been oversleeping the past week. I love sleep!
  • How are you feeling now?
    • Anoname
      Even dizzier.
    • Linda Joy
      Have you considered getting a blessing? Do you believe in them?
    • Anoname
      Yes, I believe in them. It is written that the sick should go to be prayed over by the Elders of the Church and their faithful prayers would bring healing.
    • Linda Joy
      Have you ever gotten one?
    • Anoname
      Not for the ear specifically.
  • You should see your doctor, today. It's safer than ignoring things that sometimes can really need attention. I'll spare you the scary stores of friends I no longer have, who just though they were having "a headache". But...a cat scan wouldn't hurt. Some bloodwork. And then the nice nurse will give you a lolly (or you can offer to give her one, but have the appointment first in case she calls security on you again..em, I mean not again.(we weren't talking about me, right? ok...
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Did you start any new medications recently? Or imitate a Simpson's episode by jamming a crayon into your ear? (important questions the doctor may ask). Have you been deep sea diving, or did you make any space flights recently? No? Okay well just the "did you start a new medication?" question is a relevant thing to ask then. ..or if you drove to a higher or lower elevation recently, took a plane flight....something that changed your altitude and could affect your inner ear. BUT DONT play detective, just see the doctor. it's the smart thing. .....Then let us know, in case it turns out we're such crappy friends we forget to ask! (sometimes I forget what was going on a minute ago!)
    • Anoname
      I did have a CATscan. They couldn't detect the problem from that so I'm currently trying to arrange an MRI. After the CATscan I was given antibiotics that were to specificly target any problems in the ear area. It was after I finished the antibiotics that the dizziness started. It's beginning to level off. Things aren't spinning as much as the prior days.
  • I'm so glad you're feeling better!
    • Anoname
      Just a little better - and thanks.

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