A 21-year-old female asked:
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i have attacks of dizziness (not vertigo), brain fog/slowness, nausea, tinnitus, & ear fullness. mri & ent workup normal. no meds help. i need relief.

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Dr. Alexander Gorup
28 years experience ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Neuro time: You need to see a neurologist.
Answered on Oct 11, 2015
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Dr. Andrew Shiller
25 years experience Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
After you see the neurologist, if there is nothing worrisome on his eval, you might want to try a complementary approach. "functional medicine" can sometimes address food intolerance that can cause brain fog. cranial osteopathy or craniosacral might help. Look for credentialed providers
Oct 11, 2015

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