My head fills like it's full of water like pressure and it's making me very dizzy. It's been like this since I had my sonogram on my liver. In fact, my whole body is trying to shut down. All I want to do is sleep. I don't want to see or talk to anyone. When I walk I'm woozy. What could the matter be.
This feeling is almost like having Vertigo. My mom has. But this just started. I got back from my vacation an the day after I had to go get a sonogram checking the condition of my liver (hep c) since then My liver has been painful then my head start feeling strange. I'm irritable and I don't want to be around anyone I fell like I will explode.
Believe it or not I got in to see the doctor yesterday. They took some blood tests and told me too take these pills that are good for vertigo. I also found out while there I have cirrohosis of the liver. Not something I wanted to hear. Thanks for your response
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