Last year after a sinus infection diagnosed my by GP, I developed tinnitus. In December of 2005, I was diagnosed with BPPV by an ENT, was treated and cured. However, the tinnitus is continuing since last year. The ENT stated I might always have it. Any comments on this?
Also, not sure that this is related, but I went back to my GP this past week for a symptom of "tingling" or "bubbling effect" in the back of my head which sometimes radiates around the sides of my head. He still believes it's blood pressure related. I was experiencing rising and falling blood pressure, so my meds were changes from Micardis to Diovan HCT. Last night was very bad. I am experiencing no headaches or head pressure, but the tinnitus and now the "tingling" intensifies when lying down only.
I have had tinnitus since the January 1st, 2006 and now am experiencing a tingling sensation mid-upper back on right side (bra strap area). This comes and goes and doesn't bother me too much, but today, as I was strolling my 2 year old I got the same tingly sensation down my right leg (rear). First of all, any ideas of what it could be as far as the tingling goes? Then could the 2 be related? Thanks.
I have been feeling tingling in the head and face area. I felt dizzy the other day at work. After that i've had this issue mentioned. It feel like a nagging little rat. This is constant. I've been reading it may be panic disorder. This tingling comes and goes often in a day. I went to have a MRI done yesterday and could not complete it due to the clostaphobia. Help!!!!!
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