You said that inner ear thing is nasty and there's not much that can be done. I have what is called vestibular neuritis and also vestibular migraine. I feel like I'm in a fog and out of it at times. Some days are better than others but it comes on and is pretty scary because it feels like you might pass out. Have you heard if anyone who has had this has fully recovered after a couple years? Please, any advice you be greatly apprecited. I am so afraid to drive feeling this way and I don't like being alone which is difficult since I'm a new mother of a beautiful baby girl. Thank you
Adam, I think I may have the same problem that you had with the fogginess, light headed, etc. I feel like it is connected to my eating.
But, based on your post, I had a CT Scan done. It turns out I have a significantly deviated septum, and cysts (not polyps) but still, some substance in my maxillaries. My doctors seem to have a hard time grasping that the aforementioned symptoms could cause the resulting effects.
Is there any way I could get the name of the doctor that handled your issue (operated, diagnosed, etc.)?
Any help would be immensely appreciated.
~Miserable in CA
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