Just 2 months ago I woke up at 5:30 am to the room spinning in fast motion. I was so scared I unknowninlgy threw myself into a full panic attack (found out that's what it was after), thought I was dying. Turns out I was having severe vertigo that lasted for 15 hours straight. My pottasium was low, 2.8 to be exact and I had been feeling very tired and just no ambition for about 2 months prior to this. Slight dizzy spells started about a week before the vertigo happened. More or less just kind of a light headed feeling. I had no ear infections or sinus problems, a postive MRI revealed 3 small lesions, but the neurologist said it is not like lesions associated with MS. My eyes have been hurting really bad since the vertigo (had nystagmus with it). Please help, anyone have any advice.
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