Hi, i know its 3 years later lol but i wanted to see if you have found anything to help how u feel? I googled my symptoms and your post came up i feel soooo bad, so i hope uve found something. Praying You are better! Jill
hello! i do suffer frm the same!!! :( am 27, ran all sorta tests and its still ongoing since 4 years. it *****! i tried antidepressants and many sedatives, nothing managed to get me rid of the symptoms and sadly enough, some meds side effects are actually the same symptoms i am feeling! help!
Just a quick note to say hi! I was googling about light headedness/dizziness and found your blog on medhelp. Thanks so much for this as you are helping me and others see that we are not alone. I am 44 year old male in NJ and feinted a month ago. I went thru all the tests , ct scan, EKG, ultrasounds and nothing but now on ativan for anxiety. I had a panic attack at work a week ago and it scared me to drive myself to ER. Well, keep in touch, my email is ***@**** if you want to email. Eric
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