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What Helps Dizziness
?cause: There are man forms of dizziness. Treatment depends on cause. Dehydration, bleeding, inner ear infection, cardiac arrhythmias, medications are all common causes. Try to be a good observer: do certain positions or movements cause it? Do you get other symptoms during the dizziness? Then go see your doctor and help him/her help you! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on cause: Dehydration, irregular heart rhythm, low blood sugar, heat stoke, low blood pressure and labyrinthitis are among the many things that can make you dizzy and feel faint. Please see your physician for evaluation so that the specific cause can be found and best management instituted. ...Read more
My sinus are horrible. Nose swells and i get lightheaded or dizzy at times. Allergic to all allergy medicines. Is it normal to be dizzy? What helps
Allergies: Nasal congestion with sinus congestion will make you dizzy. If you are unable to tolerate allergy medications, it is time to see an allergist and get on some serious treatment, consider allergen immunotherapy. This is not going away, so make the call now, find an allergist at www.Aaaai.Org or acaai.Org. ...Read more
My son has severe dizziness and no appetite after his EDG/Colonoscophy a week and 1/2 ago. Should I be concerned?
I am feeling frequent dizziness for the past couple of weeks.some times feeling normal,especially night time I
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Time to see doctor: You need to be evaluated. You know it is not normal to be dizzy. So get checked so you can resolve this issue ...Read more
Dizziness: Many things. Here is a broad category list: 1. Inner ear problems 2. Neurologic problems 3. Hormonal/metabolic problems 4. Anemia 5. Dehydration 6. Cardiovascular/circulatory problems 7. Anxiety 8. Infection 9. Autoimmune disorder so...Lots of things to look at but before any testing ordered someone should take a very comprehensive history of your symptoms to guide the testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dizziness-many cause: Dizziness is a symptom, not a diagnosis. This means many different causes of many different diseases may affect our balance, creating a lightheaded sensation, unsteadiness when changing positions, and occasionally a rotating sensation. The diagnosis in each individual is suggested most by major symptom, frequency and duration of symptom, what causes, what relieves, and presence of numerous meds. ...Read more
Probale inner ear: When asked to explain dizziness; most patients describe it as a feeling of one or more of "lightheaded, spinning, tilting, falling, loss of balance" triggered by change of head or body position. It is probably due to irritation of nerve of inner ear by (otoconia) which are gravels in ear. Some patients may call a feeling of faintness as dizzy but this is rare. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Vertigo?: There are many different causes for dizziness, ranging from low blood pressure to inner ear disease to compromised blood flow to the brainstem. Based on the type of dizziness you are having, your pcp will be able to narrow down possible causes and determine an optimal course of treatment. ...Read more
Causes of Dizziness: Look my previous answers. Check all medicines. Make sure your circulation of vertebral and carotid arteries is ok. If you have issues with your ears is most likely related to that (neuronitis o laberintitis or benign positional vertigo or menieres disease). Get good hydration drinking fluids unless contraindicated. Do not expose to the sun. Make sure heart is ok. There are many dizzyness w/o cure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anything: Most people think their whole abdomen is their stomach, but the stomach is in the upper middle or upper left of the abdomen. If your lower abdomen hurts, that could be your skin, muscles, bladder, uterus, or intestines. If the upper part of your abdomen hurts, it could be acid reflux, pancreatitis, or other problems. See a doctor for an assessment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Causes of Dizziness: There are many causes of dizziness - low blood pressure, irregular pulse, many chemical blood abnormalities, medication side effects, sudden change in posture, viral infections, any sudden illness, and uncommonly -- inner ear diseases. Go see your primary healthcare provider if the symptom persists or is recurrent. ...Read more
My family dr cannot figure out what’s wrong with me, I am constantly woozy dizzy all day it’s affecting my life in a major way. Please help. ?
Experiencing unusual dizziness, not like vertigo, which I’ve had before. My head feels like it’s heavier than normal and my balance is affected.
I have recently begun experiencing severe dizziness and associated balance issue for unknown reasons. I am a healthy 44 yo female s/p craniotomy 18 ye?
Dizziness : Need to know what you had the craniotomy for in the past. If it was for a malignant grown, I would recheck the head with an MRI. If it was a benign issue I would see an ent and have him or her rule out a treatable cause for the dizziness. Good luck . Feel better! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nausea AND sizzynes: All seems to point towards the middle ear, or other neurological disorder. you should go to see an ENT specialist, or a neurologist. Often individuals with balance disorders feel dizzy, faint or light-headed. However, some people have the sensation that they’re floating or going to fall, while still others have confusion or trouble standing and walking. Sometimes balance disorders are accompanied by nausea or vomiting (vertigo). Due to the complexity of balance disorders, a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment is often required. Patients may be given a thorough series of highly specialized tests such as video nystagmography (VNG), which tests the inner ear and how the brain utilizes this information to maintain balance. Additionally, exams of inner ear, hearing tests, a review of medications and other assessments are given as needed. Many times, patients can be treated without surgery, but those who do require surgery will have care provided by a team of specialists. Other treatments may involve vestibular rehabilitation, which helps the brain readjust and recalibrate to an injury, dietary changes (especially for patients with Ménière’s disease) and drug therapy which may include anti-emetics to reduce nausea and vomiting. ...Read more
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