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As some of you may know, I have been spaced out for about 9 yrs. I always feel this way. I still go on with my life but the quality of life is not as good as it use to be. I had all of the ENT test done and the report came back unilateral weakness to the right of 10% which they call insignificant. fixation supression was present. bilateral weakness was absent. directional preponderance to the left of 20% which they call insignificant. the clinical impression is positonal nystagmus and the results suggest an abnormal vng.
So I asked the ENT do I have BPPV and one said yes and the other asked if I get vertigo, which I don't and then told me no. He said if you have an abnormal VNG then we do vestibular therapy which I did for 6 months and did not help. He then said well that's all we can do.
Is there an ENT here or somebody that can give me a straight answer?
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