I have this problem since 10 days, it is not completely dizziness, it is like feeling dizzy for less than i second when i move or turn my head. also i know that the eustasian membrane is blocked andi feel some internal pain in the middle ear. I feel also some headache. One more thing, i wear contact lenses and sometimes i have the same dizziness feeling when i move my eyes with fied head, as if this feeling comes from my internal ear.
I consulted a doctor who examined my ears and made a dizziness testm whiihc indicates that i dont have a problem in my internal ear, the center of body balance. He advised me to take Rhinocort and Xyzal for treting the eustasian membrane
I am still worried if this is a problem from my ears or eyes !!!
Please i need your help
sounds like its the eustachian tube being clogged up. mine is always plugged up or making crackling noises and i get dizziness. my guess is the air pressure or gunk thats trapped in there is irritating the inner ears or something.
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