Little bit of background...I'm 28 yr. old female. I have a huge fear of cancer due to my grandmother's death a few yrs ago, I was there with her when she died (she was only 59). I suffer from anxiety/panic attacks, OCD and boderline hypocondriac and no depression. I've tried Paxil, Zoloft, Effexor. Last year my GP put me on Xanax .25 mg to take when needed. I did good for a while on taking only every now and then except back in March a lot of things was going on and I started taking it more often. I realized that I was taking too often (like every day). In mid-May I started to ween myself off and I thought that I was doing good, only taking maybe 2-3 times a wk. At the end of May, we flew to Cancun. Once I arrived there, I started getting this periodic feeling of the flooring moving as I walked, as if I was still on the airplane or on a boat or riding a elevator but it only lasted a few seconds and disappeared. Then it started happening again so I took a Xanax and the feeling disappeared only to return the next day. When I got back from Cancun, it seemed like the feeling was lasting longer and longer. I decided to not take anymore Xanax about 3 wks. ago and that feeling of the floor moving stayed with me for about a week and disappeared for about a week. Well it returned about 2 wks ago. I have no fever, no hearing loss, no problems with balance, I do have a little bit of naesea at times (but Tums helps that). The funny thing is that when I wake up in the mornings I feel great except for feeling a little anxious and its like as the morning goes on I start getting that feeling of the floor moving or if I think about it, the feeling returns or if I stay busy and not think about it, I feel fine or if I have a few glasses of wine, I feel fine or like yesterday I finally took a Xanax and the feeling went away. I did start getting very shaky in my hands yesterday & today along with the paniced feeling. I went to my GP last Monday about the flooring moving feeling and she said that I had fluid in my ear w/o infection to use Nasonex and Allegra for sinus/allegries along with popping my ears. She also gave me another refill for Xanax and to try Buspar (which I haven't tried yet). Everything that I have read on the internet about vertigo, or ear fluid talks about it lasting for a few minutes to a few hours along with hearing loss and ringing in ears and I know I shouldn't look on the internet. My problem seems to last from mid-morning til when I go to bed which is around 11:30 pm and I have no ringing in ears or hearing loss. I can't get into to see my ENT dr. until late August and this is driving me crazy. Since I have a huge fear of cancer, this is making me think the very worst (cancer) and I'm only 28. Does this floor moving feeling sound like anxiety? Or something more serious (cancer)? Please offer some insight. Thank you for your time and sorry so lengthy.