craig--yr forum was closed. given yr migraine history, your dizziness might not be just "vestibular sensitivity" but "basilar migraine", that affects the brain stem (where the vestibular nerve enters) and posterior circulation of the brain which results in dizziness, etc. u dont have to have headache to have migraine--all of yr other symptoms fit. benzodiazepines (like klonepin)are excellent vestibular suppressors, but didnt work. try migraine preventives and give them weeks to work:topomax, verapamil, and propranolol r 3 good ones u havent tried. if u must expose yrself to computers, etc, use midrin, imitrex for help with sx.outta room here. im "sammiesam" on this site. good luck
Hello from 2008! I was looking up visual disturbances and ended up on the MedHelp site and there amongst all the long-winded questions was your simple answer....scintillating scotoma. I'm apparently having Acephalgic/Asymptomatic Migraines. I've only had 3 of these disturbances over the past year and just now was the only one to happen in front of a computer, how convenient. I'm constantly amazed at how fast the internet can get me an answer...even from 7 years ago! Anyway, thanks for cutting thru the ****. Just wanted to let you know thet SOMEONE noticed. :) Hope you are well and safe in these crazy days. Deb from Toledo.
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