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Why do I often feel dizzy when I move in any way shape or form?

(16 Posts)
DustyTvHasSizzlingSparklerssss Tue 04-Nov-08 09:22:44

I am sat here now and my head is spinning, I moved to a different sitting position and I felt like I was going to pass out.

Sometimes if I stand up I get a massive head rush and again feel as if I an going to pass out.

I can be walking with the pushchair and be fine one second then the other second I have to find somewhere to sit or just sit on the pavement blush

I do sometimes feel sick with it, but not all of the time.

I don't really want to bother my GP about this.

nickytwotimes Tue 04-Nov-08 09:24:21

Go to the bloody doctors lady! wink

zippitippitoes Tue 04-Nov-08 09:25:03

go to your gp

is it labyrinthitis that does this

uncertain but there is an inner ear thing

DustyTvHasSizzlingSparklerssss Tue 04-Nov-08 09:25:36

lol, I seem to have been at the GP's so regularly just lately, I don't want to waste her time.

mellyfriedonionsonahotdog Tue 04-Nov-08 09:26:41

i get it sometimes....right now actually!

its vertigo with me....

is it low blood pressure? are you pg?

nickytwotimes Tue 04-Nov-08 09:26:51

see here and GO TO THE DOCTORS

zippitippitoes Tue 04-Nov-08 09:27:19

being ill isnt wasting time

er it is what a gp does for a job you numpty

you dont not get pe4trol because it is troubling the garage do you

nickytwotimes Tue 04-Nov-08 09:28:27

I had it once for a few weeks. It was viral for me and I got some drugs to help. It went away and never came back. Tis very common.

DustyTvHasSizzlingSparklerssss Tue 04-Nov-08 09:28:28

Oohh I have been having problems with my hearing just lately, I saw GP about that but forgot to mention the dizzyines. I am seeing the ENT specialist in December for it.
I am partially deaf anyway but GP did say that it looks like I may have a perforated ear drum in my left ear. I have had a perforated ear drum in my right ear and had it fixed about 15 years ago now, but didn't have dizziness with it.
Maybe its aggravated by age hmm wink

nickytwotimes Tue 04-Nov-08 09:29:45

Doc can give you beta blockers in the meantime, help you feel batter.

DustyTvHasSizzlingSparklerssss Tue 04-Nov-08 09:29:49

lol at numpty, I love that word grin

DustyTvHasSizzlingSparklerssss Tue 04-Nov-08 09:31:27

Actually I am waiting to test to see if I am PG (AF was due on the 31st) I just don't want to be dissapointed again. Didn't get dizziness like this with DD though <hmmmm>

JumpingDizzy Tue 04-Nov-08 09:32:56

keep us posted, tis scary when you feel dizzy. I get it to but that's panic disorder with me.

zippitippitoes Tue 04-Nov-08 09:33:15

well good luck

but if you get dizzy then you might faint and crack your head on something

DustyTvHasSizzlingSparklerssss Tue 04-Nov-08 09:37:01

Thanks, I will make yet another appoinment with GP to see what she says. She is gonna be sick of the sight of me soon wink

zippitippitoes Tue 04-Nov-08 09:49:38

let us know then

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