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    Well, it was something from the meds lol. Yeah - with antibiotics, I could break out in ACNE...blech!
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    That could be dried spit. It's probably from the antibiotics.
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    A.number of years ago I was dizzy every day for 6 weeks. I went to my ENT physician who told me that sometimes the crystals in your ear shift which can cause dizziness as it takes a while for the brain to catch up with this shift, so thus the dizziness.
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    Sinus issues can affect the ears and the eyes. I had congestion in my ears for ove r a week- antihistamines can help.
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    As I said, it took about 2 weeks to go away for me. The worst of it was maybe 3 days. However if yours is sinus related- which it sounds like it is - then as long as the sinus issues persist, you can expect off and on moments of dizziness. And the more you focus on it, the more likely you are to feel it. Hope you feel better soon.
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    I have had bppv once before. Lasted about 2 weeks. Didn’t have any sinus issues at that time. However, sinus issues can cause dizziness as can tight neck and shoulder muscles. Did the dr check you for bvvp? They can do that- I had massive spinning and, because I didn’t know what it was, went to the dr. They checked me for it. Had never heard of it before. Since you are confirmed to have some bad sinus issues and you are taking the antibiotics and the dizziness is clearing up, though not totally gone, it sounds like it might likely be the sinus issues. And anxiety will increase the effects of dizziness as well so if you are constantly worried about it and checking for it, it will be more likely that you will experience it. Bvvp is harmless, just annoying. So regardless of it being that or your sinuses, it’s more an annoyance than catastrophic. Hope this helps.
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    This is so true. Glad your symptoms are gone and glad to hear all is benign with your wife!
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    Home, home again I like to be here when I can When I come home cold and tired It's good to warm my bones beside the fire Far away, across the field The tolling of the iron bell Calls the faithful to their knees To hear the softly spoken magic spells
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    At this point I am convinced that anxiety and stress unconsciously cause ALL KINDS OF SYMPTOMS. Even when we know it is coming. Endure!
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    I am glad you posted this. It kind of resolves itself. We have to look back at this and see how anxiety played a role in our reaction. I am going through an anxious episode myself - house issues are triggering it. I just had to have what I thought was two squirrels running in my attic - it turned out over the week to be a total of five, I had no idea anything was up until I heard the three kids running around. That has had my nerves up a couple levels.
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    ALS while well known is still pretty rare. I know it isn't easy, but try and retrain how you think. You could Google the rarest of rare diseases and you will come up with horror stories. I am all but 100% certain you do not have ALS! 🙂
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    I say this with the highest respect and no offense... You should not be getting these tests unless a doctor says you need it. My Doctor told me that Doctors should not be recommending tests unless they are medically necessary and should not be recommending tests because a patient demands it. There should always be a reason!
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    I will try. It's so exhausting. Wake up during the night and it's right there in my head. Did my exercises and still, there it is. Praying for better days for all of us!