This all started mid December.
It started with nausea which lasted a few days.
Then a dizziness/lightheaded feeling started but the nausea got better.
Sometimes the dizziness feels like movement other times it feels more like lightheadedness.
Then a slight but frequent headache started on both temples and eyes but its worse on the right side.
I also think I am shaking a bit more then normal. The worst symptom of all is this hard to describe swoosh feeling.
Whenever I look at a complex pattern or something moves in my peripheral vision, I feel this weird "swoosh" where I instantly feel disoreianted and my vision seems like it gets distorted but actually looks ok. each occurrence lasts 1-3 seconds.
I still get bouts of nausea and abdominal pain from time to time. Some days are worse then others and some times are worse then others.
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