Thanks Tom ! It certainly is not much fun and I did not call my Dr. It was gone within an hour, at least the bad part was. And I did not call my Dr., my MS specialist is almost impossible to reach, I really deal with her nurse practitioner. The Dr.'s at UCSF are not easy to talk with, much too busy.
I also did not call primary Dr. either....I think I have just got so tired of Dr's that it is difficult to make myself call them. I didn't feel it was all that serious, like I said it is just a simple question and might make for a good conversation piece.
Hi there, I get Vertigo and when the dizziness finally ends I too feel ill and tired for a few days, the vertigo I get will come back a few time during the days
I get them in clusters and they will last on and off for a few weeks. Then the might stop for a few weeks, then I forget about them and they return, it's been like this for years now. I mean years...like 20 years.
the drs can't find anything to help with them I had to learn to live and adjust my life around them. They can come on at any time, if I get upset or stressed it could cause it to start up, but not all the time.
@wobbly..that would be difficult to have vertigo that much..wow! I am always dizzy, my first episode of vertigo got better but left me always dizzy to varying degrees. You know, I am always feeling bad...its like one thing gets better and then something else pops up.
Am I the only one around here that never feels good ?
I can empathize with you I just got over my first bought of vertigo today. It started Monday 9/10 while I was at work. I ended up on the floor. I work in a hospital so I got a quick trip to the er with no answers. Just to clarify, I do nto a Ms dd but it has not been completely ruled out either. I hope you fer to feeling better. I think sleep helped me. I took a three hour nap yesterday and slept all night.
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