have you found out what it is..sounds like me and it *****,it comes out of no where.it makes me want to stay home all the time.my gi said its not my stomach,my reg doc say she doesnt know and the cardio dr.show im fine so far..
Just within the last 3 months I've been having problems that you just described. The dizzyness is horrible and feels like I could pass out at any moment. I dont think its anxiety because when it hits I couldn't be more content.... Have you found anything out since?
I feel so relieved knowing that someone understands what I'm going through. I have the same exact symptoms. I've gone to a gastroenterologist several times. I've had x-rays and my stomach probed with a camera. Blood work is normal and so is everything else. My doctor did say that along with the acid reflux that this my have something to do with the Vagus nerve and pressure and the abdominal area.
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