Hello I agree the head cold could be the problem. With a head cold your sinuses being obstructed by mucus can cause the fuzzy, light headed feeling. Also head aches, dry, swollen eyes etc.
I agree with the other comments that an inner ear infection or stress can also be the problem. If the symptoms continue after the cold is gone or you have additional symptoms notify your doctor. Also make sure you avoid bending over as much as possible, don't drive if dizzy, and use caution when going from laying or sitting to standing because you could pass out.
man do u have any answers yet ?
im in the same boat after dislocating my shoulder ... the dr thinks im nuts....
he takes my cash and wont do no proper tests
bleeding noses r bad.... and get worse
but the dr says not to worry about themmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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