A 33-year-old female asked:
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have seen 2 gps, referred to a neuro-didn't find anything and i'm still miserable/unable to work 4 mos. later. gp says he can't help. so who do i see now? huge gap between gps and specialists! ugh!

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Dr. Alexander Schermer
21 years experience Emergency Medicine
ENT?: Dizziness can be due to inner ear problems - most neurologist can diagnose this, but ent's (ear, nose, and throat) specialist do this type of work as well. How exhaustive was the neuro workup - did you have an mri, blood work, lumbar puncture? Perhaps a different neurologist as well.
Answered on Sep 28, 2016
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Dr. Dana Hogan
Specializes in Pediatrics
Migraines: Based on your question, the neurologist should have been able to give you pain or dizziness relief, even if all workup was normal. I would see that specialist for a followup visit.
Answered on Sep 28, 2016
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