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Old 05-16-2009, 10:50 AM #1
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Default Trying to figure a SX out...

Past couple of days something weird's been happening. Not sure if it's MS or allergy related. Been trying to figure it out, but can't find anything on it.

Every once in awhile, I'll hear something that sounds like a "thonk" in my head. Feels like a "thonk" too. Also get a little light headed for a few seconds.

Am I just crazy , or has anyone experienced this??
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Old 05-16-2009, 11:17 AM #2
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Yep, I've had an occasional "thonk" in my head, a few zaps and some rumbling, too. After all, it is all in our haids, ya know.
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yep! thonk! then light headed, or disoriented and its gone as fast as it came.
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I've been a bit...spinny...for about a week or so now. Probably related to the root canal I had about a week and a half ago. (I seem to have a flare every time I go to the dentist)

Monday it was constant vertigo. Tuesday was still kind of a constant vertigo, but not as horrible as monday. Wednesday, it seemed to back off a bit, but kept feeling like I'd have a little slap of vertigo if I moved my eyes a certain way, or when I would lay down a certain way.

Now I'm kind of getting a thonk of dizziness just out of the blue occasionally. Takes awhile for it to go away some tho. Considering popping a Meclizine in a little bit if this latest thonk doesnt let up in the next 10 or 20 minutes. (Meclizine knocks me out, and so does Dramamine, so I'm trying to hold off for a bit)

I think it's either related to the dental work I had done, or it's allergy related. My ears are itchy, and the itchiest one kind of hurts a little and feels a little full. Maybe it's a combination of having the dental work done (had an abscess, took antibiotics, and then had a root canal) and the allergies??

Whatever is causing it, it's a bit annoying. Stupid MS trolls in my head.
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Thanks guys. Nice to know I don't need the padded room quite yet.

Still have it every once in awhile, but wasn't as bad as yesterday. Wish I knew which thingy was causing this fun.
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There just is no figuring out this crazy thing is there!? Just when I think I'm close.... something new springs up without warning. I hope this new thing for you will subside very quickly.
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