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Lose Control Bowels Attack Labyrinthitis
Very worrisome: Vertigo and incontinence suggests a more serious disorder. Labyrinthitis is an inflammation of the inner ear that causes spinning vertigo, nausea, and often hearing loss and/or tinnitis. This usually is associated with signs of viral illness. An acute bout of vertigo with loss of awareness and loss of control of bowel and/or bladder may be caused by a seizure. ...Read more
Could ativan (lorazepam) lose its effectiveness after just 3 days? Could your body already get used to that MG? Also do ativan (lorazepam) help with Labyrinthitis dizziness?
I didn't get much sleep last night and I have labyrinthitis, my anxiety is going crazy. Mini panic attacks and feeling like I won't ever be able to sl?
I took an ativan (lorazepam) for my dizziness from labyrinthitis and anxiety attack last night, only got a few hours sleep if that. If I get anxious and take another ativan (lorazepam) will it knock me out I can't sleep yet?
Not a good idea: Chasing symptoms with Ativan/lorazepam is a bad idea. Settle yourself in a dark, relaxing place, practice your deep breathing/meditations, and you should fall asleep. Your anxiety will be less when you wake up. Ativan (all benzodiazepines) are terribly addicting. You should avoid them, managing your anxiety with non-drug methods mentioned above. If meds absolutely needed, safer ones available ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was diagnosed with Labyrinthitis, I had a vicious panic attack/dizzy attack last night. I couldn't stand up without wanting to fall over. My eyes ne?
Yes it is: When one is extremely frightened, one can have sudden diarrhea stools or lose control of bowel. In a sense your body gets rid of bowel contents so you can run or fight with less distraction. This response happens in other animals too. Witness horses who suddenly come upon a bear, etc. It can happen with soldiers on battlefields too. ...Read more
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