3 months on.......Dizziness, headaches and Clogged up

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Anyone else experiencing similar issues.

can be ok for a while but can be light headed or dizzy for hours or even days, some times accompanied by feeling lungs are clogged up and headaches.

i have a real aversion to sudden loud noises that seem to vibrate straight through my head and feels painful.

Anyone having anything similar

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    hi i was hospitalized end of march had 12 weeks off work but now 18 weeks on i am so dizzy its constant and it really gets me down how are you coping with it?

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    Hi, I had a bad attack of vertigo on Friday...my head feels swimmy and my ears feel full..bad Tinnitus too.

    Not sure why, but am worried it may be the start of this horrid virus. No cough or loss of smell, so I really feel in limbo as it might be head cold... it is so difficult to know what to do.

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    Yes. I'm a month and a half down the recovery line and feel unwell almost all the time day and night. Headache and sore throat is there 95% of the time. Dizziness like yourself often accompanies it. The chest tightness is also an issue, I have been prescribed an inhaler to help the pain and tightness.

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    Hi, yes ive had symptoms for 6 weeks now, the first 2 weeks was bad flu symptoms but after the headaches and clogged sinuses have been very painful and draining. I also am suffering from extreme fatigue, insomnia and brain fog too. I found using olbas oil and steam helps. you can pour a few drops into a bowl of boiled water and inhale or i have a plastic cup with a nose and mouth piece on. You can buy them online, i was hospitalised last week for a couple of days and had many many tests i was perscribed antibiotic and steroids but it hasnt helped. Other than that i have been living off of paracetamol and ibuprofen daily. Hope you feel better soon.

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