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Tigerlily
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A couple of years ago I had a few isolated bouts of vertigo over a few weeks. I never went to the doctors and have no idea what caused it, but I know my dad has had it from time to time, so wonder if it's hereditary.

Well last night I had rally horrible vertigo. It happened the same way as it used to, when I'm lying in bed and turn my head. It used to happen if I turned my head quickly, last night it was just small movements that made the room spin. It was so bad that it made me vomit. Unlike when I used to get it before, I woke up this morning and still had it, making me throw up again.

I rang a midwife this morning to make sure it wasn't anything serious related to pregnancy and she just said that it sometimes happens and will probably just resolve itself but to keep an eye on it anyway. I'm going in for an appointment on Friday so I'll mention it then.

I'm fairly certin that it's related to my sinuses, which have been awful since getting pregnant. As mentioned on another forum, I get horrible blocked nasal passages at night time and have also developed a sensitivity to some perfumes. When I go out, my sinus area starts burning before I can even smell the pefume that's causing it.

I still don't quite feel 100% this morning, so I'm sitting down very still at the moment. It's a horrible feeling.

Has anyone else suffered from this and what can I do to ease the symptoms?

Tiger.

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jnani
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In the mean time have you tried tapping? One issue at a time on issues such as
1.particular feeling of nausea, feeling of being sick, horrible feeling etc
2.feeling worried about it
3. don't understand why
4 Got it from dad
5. Then come down to the sinus issue
Make sure you take the levels of each issue before tapping and tap it down to zero.
Don't fight it away but gently accept whatever your body needs to do to get to the point of equilibrium.
Hope you feel better soon
Love
ruby

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Tigerlily
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Thanks Ruby, I assume you mean EFT? I will try that.

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As Ruby has said EFT would be very good for this,I used to suffer terrible from this so I used 'sclerantus' bach flower remedy and the symptoms have not returned,that was before I learned of EFT.I did however have a very bad attack as it was clearing,ear candling has also been recomended Hope ths helps Tigerlilly xx

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Totally Jane
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I had this recently and had to go to the doctor it got so bad i could not turn round without feeling faint/dizzy/room spinning/feeling nauseous, all very unpleasant. Dr could not see my ear drum for wax and suggested olive oil, two drops in the ear at night to soften it before having my ears syringed a week later, however although ear wax can cause this it turns out my problem was due to a perforated ear drum, I had a pulse sound in my ear that kept whooshing and i could not get rid of the humming noise. Two lots of antibiotics later i feel much better, only occasionally dizzy and i am waiting for the ear drum to heal, which i have been told can take weeks. I am also extremly deaf beacause of all this. I need to go back in two months if still deaf! as it can take this long to heal. No swimming either!
Just letting you know what happened to me, if it sound familiar i would get yourself down to the doctors. Get well soon, get seen by your doctor, it is not normal to feel so unwell.

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Tigerlily
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I had to have one of my ears syringed a few years ago, so it could be the cause. I was feeling a bit better last night, but was being especially careful not to move my head too much. Got a better night's sleep and wasn't sick, so hopefully on the mend.

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A couple of years ago I had a few isolated bouts of vertigo over a few weeks. I never went to the doctors and have no idea what caused it, but I know my dad has had it from time to time, so wonder if it's hereditary.

Well last night I had rally horrible vertigo. It happened the same way as it used to, when I'm lying in bed and turn my head. It used to happen if I turned my head quickly, last night it was just small movements that made the room spin. It was so bad that it made me vomit. Unlike when I used to get it before, I woke up this morning and still had it, making me throw up again.

I rang a midwife this morning to make sure it wasn't anything serious related to pregnancy and she just said that it sometimes happens and will probably just resolve itself but to keep an eye on it anyway. I'm going in for an appointment on Friday so I'll mention it then.

I'm fairly certin that it's related to my sinuses, which have been awful since getting pregnant. As mentioned on another forum, I get horrible blocked nasal passages at night time and have also developed a sensitivity to some perfumes. When I go out, my sinus area starts burning before I can even smell the pefume that's causing it.

I still don't quite feel 100% this morning, so I'm sitting down very still at the moment. It's a horrible feeling.

Has anyone else suffered from this and what can I do to ease the symptoms?

Tiger.

There is technique called bppv and must be perform by osteo or dr who understand this (unfortunately they not all even know about this). Dr must adapt it for you individually and perform as an your own routine,
I did with a couple my patients in the past. Not often have vertigo patients.

About your sinuses you can visit osteo, it can be related issues

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