About a month ago i went through what i believe a viral syndrome though nothing was diagnosed. I had fatigue,muscle soreness and a rash, never had a that i know of fever though. I saw my doctor every week and had complete blood work tests including HIV, all normal. After these symptoms went away I now have recurring dizzy spells. At first it seemed only when standing, now seems more random. Sometimes a sudden neck movement can trigger other times seems like no reason at all can trigger it. From what i have read it does not seem like vertigo. I would say more of a disconnected feeling, unbalaced, like your brain is bounceing around. When this happens then the back of neck seems to get sore as well. Also sometimes I get mild pressure behing the eyes. I thought this may have had to do with the viral infection. It's been at least 2 weeks now with these dizzy spells and i don't know what to make of it. Im 25 years old and have always been very healthy. I will see my doctor again in a few weeks but it's becoming very disconcerting. Would a nuerologist be the doctor to visit? Has anyone else had similar symptoms. Any info would greatly be appriciated. Thanks
I am a 24 yr old female who has been pretty healthy until now. I've been experiencing dizziness and an off balance feeling that will gradually come on and last for a few hours and then fade away. This happens almost every day. Also my left arm feels heavy. Has this happened to you as well? I have always had headaches from sinuses. When I have sinus headaches I feel pressure behind my eyes. I don't know if this is related to the dizziness at all.
I'm 37 years old and has been experiencing dizzyness and general feeling of weakness somehow initiated by pain cause by mild pressure behind my eyes. Frequency of these spells have been frequent lately and this bothers me a lot.
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