Do any of you know about this? This is my first time on this site. 9 Months ago I was having dinner and all of a sudden lost my balance. Since that day I have had chronic "dizziness". The Doc's call it vertigo, but I'm a little confused, thinking vertigo meant "room spins". The room never spins, but I haven't had a minute since that day without feeling dizzy, foggy head, wavy, or like I'm on a boat. There are times that are better and worse, but it's always there. I also feel fatigued most of the time. All of this has led to severe depression and anxiety. I've had a Mri and been tested for MS, I've seen a cardiologist. Finally got the diagnosis of vestibular neuritis. My Doc says there's nothing he can do, and says it COULD just go away after months maybe a year. Anyone experience this same thing? I'm very frustrated, this has consumed my life.
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