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Can the build up of a storm and pressure cause dizziness and pressure in your head? I have uncompensated labyrinthitis and there's a big storm brewing

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Dr. Harold Fields
Family Medicine
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In brief: Labyrinth it's

I would suggest you remain indoors if this type of storm is approaching it certainly could cause you to have increasing problems with your labyrinthitis

In brief: Labyrinth it's

I would suggest you remain indoors if this type of storm is approaching it certainly could cause you to have increasing problems with your labyrinthitis
Dr. Harold Fields
Dr. Harold Fields
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Dr. Zachary Veres
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Labrynthitis

absolutely, Pressure changes from weather can aggravate labrynthitis

In brief: Labrynthitis

absolutely, Pressure changes from weather can aggravate labrynthitis
Dr. Zachary Veres
Dr. Zachary Veres
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Dr. Susan Arnoult
Family Medicine
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In brief: Yes it can

If you have some abnormality of how your eustachian tube works then the changes in barometric pressure (atmospheric pressure) can affect the pressure in your ears and if that is abnormal it can affect the balance.

In brief: Yes it can

If you have some abnormality of how your eustachian tube works then the changes in barometric pressure (atmospheric pressure) can affect the pressure in your ears and if that is abnormal it can affect the balance.
Dr. Susan Arnoult
Dr. Susan Arnoult
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