I never thought I had allergies, but several years ago I came down with sever dizzy spells, mostly in December and early summer. Someone said I had allergies. I dont have runny nose or water eyes. It only effects my ear. I dont have any pain. Is it possible to have just pressure on ear drum to cause my motion sickness? I was taking allergy meds daily to not fall to this again, but it didnt work. (if infact it is allergys (allergies)) anyone ever have just dizzys spells that last three or four days. then not happen again for 6 months.
I would suggest making an appointment with your family doctor. As far as I know, allergies don't cause severe dizzy spells. An ear imbalance, low blood pressure, vertigo are some of the possible reasons for dizzy spells. I would get this checked out asap. I wish you well. Eve
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