I am trying to help my drs find out why I have been having dizziness and bouts of syncope. I have been hospitalized and have had all the heart issues taken care of and my heart checked out good. So it is not coming from my heart. So I need to know if this is from a damaged ocipitical nerve from an car accident in 1999 that still gives me pain in my head. Or is this from my ears , or does it sound like some kind of cist or brain tumor... I also forgot to say that I have also been having nausea almost every day for 3 mos. now. If you have any ideas let me know
ya i have dysautonomia which is pots and i have all that and the doctors couldnt find what was wrong with me so they were sayin it was all in my head but i knew it wasnt so i didnt stop i kept searching for doctors and finally i seen a cardiologist and he did a tilt table test and he fount out i had dysautonomia so definitly look in to a tilt table test...
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