Dear Grace ,
I have oral herpes HSV1.
i get these severe dizzy spells every now and then....
they usually stay about 2 to 3 wks each time.... dizziness with nausea and vomiting..its frustrating.
My question is...could herpes be doing that ? if so..how to prevent the dizziness..
i heard that herpes lives in the nerves or something...
please read go the link and read this passage quickly and tell me what you think..
it states that herpes may be the cause of vestibular neuritis...
please tell me what you think...i need your help.
please do not continue to ask the same question over and over in multiple posts. it's against our forum policy ( read before posting post is located under the important announcements tab ).
you need to seek out a full work up from your provider. many, many things can cause dizziness so getting a proper work up to determine the cause is in your best interest. it's not likely that your well established oral herpes infection is the cause of your dizziness.
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