I have been reading through the discussions and one common element is that we have such a dramatic impact on our quality of life. My biggest frustration as I deal with this problem is that I feel every Doctor that I see is not very concerned, sympathic, or convinced it is not just in my head. This condition landed me in the emergency room 7 weeks ago due to severe vomiting. I have had this condition for over 8 months. I have had two doctors ask me if I am sure that I am not under stress and if I have an eating disorder. Both of which are no. I am young and was in very good physical and mental condition until one day out of the blue when vertigo struck and stayed. I am still seeking treatment and answers and I was wondering if anyone has any words of advice on how to deal with doctors and convince them that this is not a product of stress.
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