Vaccine or not is the question
Im 3 months out on an ER visit for severe vertigo. Ct scan, blood work, ekg normal. Ive been to 3 ENT with no diagnoses except BPPV even though no nystagmus was seen. Audiology test were fine. I can do all the PT exercises with no issues but I whirl at times regardless. I have like 4 days feeling better and 3 days not. I have these brief head quivers sometimes at night after I lay still 5 minutes. No ENT has wanted to test further. I have had BPPV in the past but never for 3 months. I had my 2nd Moderna shot March 10th. Symptoms began 2 weeks after out of nowhere. Im going to go see a neurologist asap. I will not be dismissed. Im pro vaccine but find it odd so many have what I have.
Im also in a limbo as to whether it will be a good idea to take the vaccine or not. I've been struggling with near constant dizziness and unsteadiness for a year now and due to the current situation and since I don't have health insurance I haven't been able to be seen by a doctor and get a proper diagnosis. I'm just going by from what I have researched and it seems like I may have BPPV or cervicogenic dizziness. Last thing I want is for my current condition to be made worse and having to deal with additional symptoms on top of it. It also doesn't help that medical professionals are dismissive of any possibility that the vaccines aren't completely safe. It's frustrating.
I'm wondering if it will be a good idea to take the vaccine at all since it seems to be triggering a whole lot of issues that people never had before. And it doesn't help that doctors are dismissive. I don't want my condition to be made worse and deal with more symptoms on top of it.