I need help. I'm a 22 year old female and when I was 19 I was diagnosed with Labryithitus - an inner ear infection which makes you feel dizzy and the feeling of passing out. I had it for around 2 years, everyday and it was the most horrible feeling. I didn't like going outside for the fear of collapsing, it felt like everything was wavy and fuzzy. I think I finally got over it but I still have blurry vision, tiredness and feel drained. Most of the time everything around me feels sureal and I don't feel really with it. I feel like I'm not really there and everything around me is hazey. I really need some help. I don't know why I always feel like this but its really making me feel down. I'm seeing a doctor next week to get a blood test done but I fear thats not going to give me any answers. Is there anyone else that suffers from this and is there a name for it or anything I can do or take to help it? I also suffer from a lot of headaches. Any advice would be really helpful.
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