Hi i dont know if i posted this at a relevant forum, but I cant seem to find the vertigo forum in this site. But anyway, I am a 20y/o male. average built and in a normal condition til a few weeks ago, I felt dizziness and a sense of unbalanceness. Like when I bent down my head then suddenly bring it up in an upward position I feel that everything aorund me is moving, although I dont feel passing out (fainting). It is also triggered when I turn my head sideways (usually in a sudden manner) I get this "unbalanceness sensation" as if everything around me is swaying. Hope to hear from you guys! HELP!
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I was a perfectly healthy on the go, stay at home mom, then in February 2010 I noticed while driving to pick up my teenagers I had neck pain and zaps in the back of my head. They were like jolts of dizziness or unbalance and would freak me out to the point I would pull over immediately. I tried to blow it off but it continued to happen every time I drove especially on hills and elevation changes. Then I started to feel off balance during the day, like I was staggering like a drunk, but yet I don’t drink. I couldn’t watch tv if there was a lot of motion on the show, simple tasks like washing dishes could jolt me. Not vertigo, but as if I was falling. When I shopped at Meijers, the jolts would get extreme and I would be bracing myself because I felt as though I couldn’t find my foundation. Then anxiety attacks would hit me strong. I went to doctor after doctor, general practitioner, eye doctor, ent (had all the balance and hearing tests), neurologist (what a let down), I had brain mri, blood labs, neck catscan, eng, ekg and everything came back normal. The doctors thought it might be anxiety. Personally, I think that’s their way of explaining anything they can’t diagnose. The only thing that brought me relief was visiting a chiropractor. His treatments relieved the pressure in my neck but that was only a temporary fix. I felt like I could visit him every day. Then a miracle happened! I heard about visionspecialistsofbirmingham.org and finally found an answer I had been searching for ninety days later. It’s all in the eyes. My eyes have been uneven internally, therefore, fighting to see one image and not double vision. The muscles straining for so long have exacerbated physical symptoms that have been unbearable. By putting a prism into your glasses, it allows the eyes to see images the way they were intended. I was fortunate enough to live in Michigan and sought these doctors out as soon as possible. After many tests and measuring he equipped my glasses with prism and for the first time in three months I could walk a straight line. Then the doctor attached a different prism and all my symptoms appeared, the severe neck pain, (where you can’t keep your hands from rubbing it), the jolts in my head, the dizziness, the anxiety. My husband asked to give me some ibuprofen and the doctor said, “No, I’m sorry, but I need to see her at her worse in order to diagnose her.”
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