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Thelma
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Thank you, i take ibuprofen but smaller dose. I will try to do what you suggest. My vertigo subsided but did not stop all together, but my left ear is really horrible


   
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kris
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@michaelk I WISH that I could take ibuprofen. My stomach can’t handle it. 


   
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Michael K
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@kris you may want to try one of these:

 

I would post the link but it seems that this forum will not allow it. Just google:

6 Supplements That Fight Inflammation - Healthline

good luck!

 


   
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Thelma
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@mcross

I agree with you. Our experiences must become public. 
i still did not see ENT specialist. It seems that all of them are super busy in my area. My left ear sometimes is really loud. My dizziness is much lower. I did not have any preexisting conditions, had healthy life style. What is next?... 


   
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Thelma
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@mcross

I agree with you. Our experiences must become public. 
i still did not see ENT specialist. It seems that all of them are super busy in my area. My left ear sometimes is really loud. My dizziness is much lower. I did not have any preexisting conditions, had healthy life style. What is next?... 


   
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Thelma
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@michaelk

thank you, i found this information. I take some of them. But now i will check the dosage


   
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Posted by: @thelma

@mcross

I agree with you. Our experiences must become public. 
i still did not see ENT specialist. It seems that all of them are super busy in my area. My left ear sometimes is really loud. My dizziness is much lower. I did not have any preexisting conditions, had healthy life style. What is next?... 

 

@thelma

Can I ask your age?  I am asking since age seems to be relevant with getting COVID-19.  Wondering if the vaccine is harming the elderly disproportionately.


   
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Going on day 16 of post vaccine 1 Moderna. Vertigo is waxing and waning but doesn't seem to be as bad as previous days, although Monday I had nausea also. Today my right ear feels like it is so full, but the Vertigo hadn't been too bad. Seems like morning and evening are my worst times, that and laying down. Took 1,000 mg. Motrin yesterday, and so far 800 today. Also 1,000 mg Vitamin C and Pseuephedrine. 

Question, for those that had an MRI or CT, which has been the better test? And for the person that had Mandible issues,  which test showed this? It also seems like behind my right ear is inflamed. I have a OT tomorrow to see if there's anything they can do to help, although it doesn't seem to promising after reading some of these posts. I'm also waiting on an ENT referral. Hope everyone gets well soon. My next vaccine is next week, and I don't think I'm going to get it yet.  🥴💉


   
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Moira
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@jwblue I am 54 with previous vestibular issues of vertigo with nystagmus and right side semicircular canal dehiscence.


   
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Posted by: @mcross

@jwblue I am 54 with previous vestibular issues of vertigo with nystagmus and right side semicircular canal dehiscence.

Thank you for that response. I am 49.  I hope older people are not being disproportionally affected.  Especially considering they are the ones that are supposed to benefit the most.


   
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Moira
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@bonniek Good luck 🍀 hoping it goes well, things only go better and you have fully recovered very soon.


   
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atp223
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@jwblue I’m a 36 year old female, a runner in really good shape, with no other issues before this besides occasionally getting a migraine once or twice a year.


   
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I've been glad for the opportunity to read all posts, but I can't recall if anyone has had unusual cold sore or shingles activity with vertigo, nystagmus, dizziness issues. I've had cold sores from time to time over the years and chicken pox as a child, but never shingles. Since going to my optometrist 2 days ago with an area on my lower eyelid edge that seemed like a small cold sore, the tip of my nose on the same side has gone from being sore inside to being red, itchy, bumpy and painful on outside. Optometrist had dismissed my eyelid problem as a plugged oil gland, but when I called back today about the area on my nose and asked about possible Hutchinson's sign (eye nerve related) I was told to go to my clinic ASAP to see if I needed treatment for shingles. I'm hoping to be seen tomorrow. When I read about that type of herpes zoster that involves the nerves in the facial, eye and ear areas, I see that vertigo and balance issues can be associated also. So, I'm wondering if anyone else is having any unusual cold sore (herpes simplex) or shingles (herpes zoster) issues?


   
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atp223
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@thenystagmus I’ve never had cold sores etc., and while I have had the chicken pox, I think I’m too young for shingles (36)...but I’m just one data point...


   
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Thelma
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@atp223 it seems to me that healthy fit people, mainly women suffer from severe side effects, such as vertigo and tinnitus


   
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