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Natural Course Of Dizziness Disorder
Today i was diagnosed with meneire's disease. Are there any hopes that my dizziness will ever go away.
YES:Avoid:: Salt and salty foods monosodium glutamate (also called “msg”) – this is a substance sometimes added to certain foods (such as chinese food and packaged foods) to make them taste better. Coffee, tea, sodas, or other drinks that have caffeine in them alcohol you should also stop smoking, if you smoke. ...Read more
Needs study: Although many possible scenarios can be imagined as a cause, the possibilities include several serious posibilities. Example: drug-induced changes causing all 3 symptoms. Get it checked out by your physician. ...Read more
Slight eat pain , dizziness, and eat feeling full. This has been going on about 2 months. Does it sound sinus related or Ménière's disease? Thanks.
Blood pressure at 138 when sat down, stand up and it drops to 92/62 dizziness and fainting also, what causes this? Bp naturally low so 138 high for me
Change of BP: Your symptoms sound as if you have orthostatic hypotension (op), which means your BP falls when you stand up. If this is happening often, you need to go to an er and be evaluated. Causes of o could be volume deficit, loss of fluids, or an irregular heart rhythm, among others. Good to an er and get the answer to your question from the physician who examines you. Good luck. ...Read more
Undiff.Connec. Tissue disease. Tx: plaquenil&prednis. Bursts. Most symptoms resolved now but still get days of crazy dizziness. Prednis resolves it. Causes?
Balanced diet: First be sure the cause is related to your blood sugar and not other causes(as there are many causes and dizzy spells are not diagnostic of one eteology. Medications, blood pressure changes-especially when suddenly standing, middle ear problems just to mention a very few. Some causes of dizziness can be more serious and need carefull evaluation-not assumptions. ...Read more
I have hyperthyrodism (graves disease) and have started taking neomercazole for the treatment. But I have constant dizziness spells since then. Why?
Can predinose help w/dizziness r/t autonomic def? I drink fluids, salt doesn't help low bp. 10 mg predni helps m. I also have connect tisss disease.
Hi doctor, I have a question regarding being dizzy in the shower and feeling very nauseous. I do have many medical diseases such as kidney disease and blood disorder, however never had this happen before as I've dealt with these problems for 4 years and r
Evaluation warranted: Lots of possibilities here, which can be addressed by a physical exam & appropriate testing. Migraines for example can affect both head & gut. Please however don't contribute to your stomach upset by taking excessive nsaid's aimed at alleviating distress. Given your multiple co-morbidities, please get checked to rule out anemia, autonomic dysfunction, & more esoteric pathology. ...Read more
Wow: Stay from salt, feeling dizzy better call 911 and let er ck your sodium and hydrate you and put you on right treat ment and ck out any other cause of dizziness never do this again salt makes water retention and not good for brain, kidney and heart., mild Lasix (furosemide) might help get in the habbit of low salt foods. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been dealing with multiple neurological symptoms including dizziness & vertigo. Could this be meniere's disease?
How can someone tell if their symptoms are anxiety related or from a real disease? Example: nausea, dizzy, off balance.
Those sound like: Anxiety. They are possibly present in real diseases, but not likely w/out other symptoms (or less visible signs). This is a loose general rule of thumb - no guarantee - but, if they pass on their own under different conditions - a phone call, a task, an amusing entertainment, etc., they are not likely to be disease. If you can't be relieved by circumstances, give it 1-2 days and call a Dr. Best! ...Read more
I have a connective tissue disease and get days I am dizzy all day. During dizzy spell my home BP was: 98/61 &101/59 (my norm is 115/70).
It could be: The best way to know if they are related or not is by checking the orthostatics. It's a simple test were the blood pressure is checked 3 times in different body positions. A drop in blood pressure or increase in heart rate or the presence of symptoms is considered positive. Please ask your doctor to check it if he/she didn't do it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Long term dizziness (2 months). diangosis with vestibular disorder but now feeling acute nausea, vertigo, floating, hypoglycemic symptoms and facial spams?
Vertigo: Definitely sounds vestibular. You might have just developed Meniere's disease of the inner ear with acute 'attacks.' More likely with ringing and hearing loss in one ear, but not necessarily. Or it may just be 'benign positional vertigo' on top of the general dizziness you've been having. See ENT for hearing test and balance testing, then treat accordingly. ...Read more
Mastoiditis: It really depends. You have not given enough detail about your mastoid disorder. If you had a chronic infected mastoid, it is possible that it could cause some inner ear disturbance. However, this is a condition that needs a careful ear exam and possibly imaging with a CT scan. See an ENT doctor. ...Read more
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