HI I HAVE 2 HERNIATED DISKS IN MY NECK FROM A CAR ACCIDENT BACK IN 2001 IN THE LAST YEAR I HAVE BEEN FEELING DIZZI AND I HAVE HAD SEVERAL PANIC ATTACKS WERE MY HEART START GOING VERY FAST AND YOU FEEL THAT YOU WILL DIE, I HAD HAD DIFERRENT TEST DONE ETC ALL TEST COME BACK OK I ALSO WENT TO A ENT DOCTOR THEY DID A VERTIGO TEST HEAD SCAN HEARING TEST THEY ALL CAME OUT FINE I HAD TO TAKE A BETABLOCKER FOR MY FASTHEART BEATS MY DOCTORS ARE SAYING THAT I SUFFER FROM PANIC ATTACKS BUT I FEEL VERY DIZZI THAT EVRYTHING AROUNG ME IS NOT FLAT LIKE IF IAM ON A CRUISE AND I FEEL VERY NERVOUS .I NEVER JUST TO GET SEA SICK BEFORE AND LAST YEAR WHEN I GOT OF A CRUISE I FELT THAT ROCKING SENSATION FOR A WEEK LATTER
I DO GET A LOT OF HEADACHES AND MY NECK IS ALMOST ALWAYS HURTING
MY QUESTION IS CAN A HERNIATED DISK MAKE YOU VERY DIZZI EVEN IF ALL OF THE BALANCE TEST COME OUT OK
I THINK THIS IS MAKING ME FEEL VERY NERVOUS AND MAYBE I PANIC
BUT I THINK MY NECK HAVE A LOT TO DO WITH IT BECAUSE IF IT WAS ANCIEXTY ATTACK I SHOULD HAVE GOOD AND BAD DAYS BUT I DONT THEY ALL ARE BAD I HAVE THIS DIZZINES FEELING EVERY DAY EVEN IF A TAKE XANAX WHICH IS FOR ANXIETY NOW I AM NOT SURE IF YOUR HERNIATED DISK ON THE NECK WILL MAK E YOU LOOSE BALANCE AND FEEL THAT THINGS ARE SPINDING AROUND YOU MAYBE I CONPRESSED NERV ETC
HAS ANYBODY HAVE HAD THIS PROBLEM BECAUSE HELP
The herniated disc,could be causing some of your dizziness,but it all so could be from your medicine all so.Some medicines for anxiety do cause dizziness.It could be the combination of them both.Go back to your doctor and tell him/her how you have been feeling lately,maybe they can order an MRI or other tests to check on your herniated disc.Don't stress your self out,take some deep breaths and think calmly,every thing will be fine.Take care.
I also have a c-7 herniated disk in neck and at times feel dizzy or off balance. I have not had surgery due to risks, but also have started getting panic attacks from time to time and constantly feel panicky/nervous feeling. This has been going on past couple years and still am trying to find the answer to what is going on, I do know it is not
mental and has to be related to physical. If you you or anyone has any conclusions let me know, Pete1128, good luck.
I also have herniated disks-c-5 and c-6 and I am increasingly feeling dizzy and off balance. I have been dealing with this for 8 years now. I have been through all available types of physical therapy, chiropractic, massage, hot tubs, acupuncture, pain medication, muscle relaxers and epidoral steroid injections. I have gotten temporary relief at times. My conclusion is that now I must schedule another MRI and return to the neurosurgeon and have the surgery done to improve my quality of life and hope the benefits outweigh the risks. I have also been taking zoloft for depression caused by cronic pain. I have also had and occasionally have panic attacks due to my injury. It is my beleif that the neck and surrounding muscles are overcompensating for the injury and causing more compression on the nerves through tightening up and causing vertigo. Take care and best of luck to you.
hi i have a herniated disk from a car accident in 2006 i have pain every day even after therapy i feel dizzy some times i have panic attacks and i have to get up out of bed and sleep in a lounge chair my bed makes my neck hurt even more my herniated disk is located in c4 c5 my fingers and hands goes num all of the time house work is hard for me sex is hard for me carrying bags is a promble im suing the person that hit insurance company they offer me 8,000 dllrs are u kidding me this pain i have to live with for the rest of my life if i don't get the surgery i never had neck pain all the other pains that comes with this i also have anexity and i don;t like when a driver drives to or might i say tailgate . in pain 2006
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