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Vestibular migraine and ACDF surgery

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(@amann0001)
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Anyone here have ACDF surgery and have their symptoms worsen? I've been diagnosed as having vestibular migraine and cervical myelopathy & spondylosis. It's been two months since surgery and I have worse problems with walking and now have even more episodes of dizziness and vertigo. My tinnitus is also way worse with short bursts of hearing loss. Just curious if anyone else shares my woes.

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(@gloriam)
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Have you had the COVID 19 Vaccine? It totally aggravated my vestibular problems. 


   
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(@bree)
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@gloriam I’m diagnosed w vestibular migraine and signed up for C-19. I’m wondering which vaccine did you have?


   
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(@gloriam)
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Brenda, I had Pfizer on Feb 24 and March 17. Now going on week five since the second and still suffering daily dizziness, balance issues, tightness in head and neck, daily head pain, extreme fatigue, brain fog, occasional fast heart beats, and deafening tinnitus, all now resulting in depression and irritability. This forum is a reminder that this vaccine reaction IS REAL and that our medical community is ignoring us, which is indeed very depressing. 


   
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@gloriamIm so sorry Gloria. I had my first vax on Saturday, May 1. No vestibular issues yet. I have been forcing water like crazy. Like to the point where I have to get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. I hope your symptoms clear up soon Gloria. 


   
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(@gloriam)
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Dear everyone,

I have had difficult reactions as outlined in my posts, but wanted to share good news too. Yesterday evening I was watching tv with my hubby and voila I could hear the dialogue clearly for the first time in six weeks. It was like someone was tuning in a radio station that wasn’t clear. Remarkable. Then I listened for my tinnitus and it was marginal. Unfortunately this morning I’m back to the loud loud screeching and say “huh?” a lot when talking to my husband, but am also encouraged my T can subside. 😀


   
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@gloriam awesome! Every little progress is something to be hopeful about. 


   
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(@klavietman)
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@gloriam

ive had the same and it’s been 9 weeks. I was diagnosed with nystagmus and read that vaccines can cause that too. I know someone who got the single shot Johnson and Johnson and has had periods of positional vertigo. 


   
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Oh I want to say that my grandmother's vestibular problems worsened because of the covid vaccine, she was in the hospital for a while!

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