I have been feeling the same way for about a week and a half. It started out that when I arrived at work and started up the stairs, I would get very dizzy and nauseous, and would have to stop walking (only about 15steps to the floor i work on) take a deep breath, close my eyes and then try again. I felt the same way all day throughout work, then once arriving home and playing with my 2 year old son, I started feeling better. Then the last few days it has been starting when I wake up in the morning and lasting until I fall asleep...which is difficult when you feel like you're going to vomit. On top of the above symptoms, I have also been very irretable. My fiance likes to poke fun and joke around...usually I laugh so hard I start to cry...but lately I've just been ripping his head off. I have a doctors appointment on the 7th of this month (March) but I fear I will get the run around...I have made myself a list of every symptom...that way I can just hand it to the doctor.
HEY IVE BEEN GETTING THE SAME SYMPTOMS AS PASS FEW MONTHS. BEEN TOLD IT COULD BE VERTIGO OR MIGRANE WITH AURA. HAVE BEEN PUT ON WAITING LIST FOR EAR NOSE THROAT SPECIALIST TO SEE IF IT IS VERTIGO. ALSO SEEN AN ORTHIPEDIC AFTER BEING IN AN ACCIDENT ABOUT 7MONTHS AGO AND HE RECOMMENDS SEEING A NEUROGLIST
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