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Old 10-18-2018, 01:31 PM   #1
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Anyone experience dizziness ?? get put in bed and the room and husband whirl around and when I got up this morning - the same thing happened - don't know whether to see family physician - neuro or eye ear nose and throat - or have cataract removed ?????
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Anyone experience dizziness ?? get put in bed and the room and husband whirl around and when I got up this morning - the same thing happened - don't know whether to see family physician - neuro or eye ear nose and throat - or have cataract removed ?????

Sounds like vertigo. I'd start with the Neuro and see what he says.
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Vertigo was my first thought.
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Vertigo was my first thought.
indeed MD said vertigo - I can't do any of the exercises to move crystals but was did get proscription for motion sickness - still have dizziness lying down and getting up
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I was not asking for medical advice - assumed that if someone had the same problem we could talk
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Old 11-03-2018, 07:59 PM   #6
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Karen,
I get the same thing when I move to fast. It also happens when getting up. I have had it sitting on the couch.

When it happens I close my eyes. I find it will go away faster if I do it as soon as I feel it. I also found that standing in the corner of a room help me know I am save. I will not move until I feel better. Most of the time it stops with in 5 minutes.

I hope what helps me will help you. As always we are all different in MS. Also not all of our problems are MS. I hate to say that as I hate MS and what it has done to me.

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