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I went to thailand two months ago, and on my connecting flight in South Korea, I decided to put in my contact lenses. After putting them in, I felt a sense of disorientation, dizziness, where I thought I was having heat exhaustion. It happened for an hour and I forgot about it. When I arrived in Thailand, it happened twice more, every other morning when I first put them in, a sense of wooziness and dizziness occured but would go away. My very last night in Thailand i put my contacts in and felt dizzy again for an hour, and was fine, later went out to dinner then all of a sudden I got so dizzy, I started having a panic attack. I didn't know what was going on and went to the ER. No one knew what was wrong with me...that night I took my contact lenses out and still felt horrible. Like I was disoriented, couldn't focus, like my vision was weird, I started having head pressure as well. This feeling never went away and I still have it two months later straight. I do notice the sensation is less prominent either at night or when I have my glasses off. I feel less of the sensation, but the mornings are the worst.
Any ideas? I've seen a neurologist, ENT, everything, was checked for ear problems Vestibular Neurtis. I'm so stuck here...however I never mentioned my eyes were involved because today it just clicked with the whole contact lense thing.
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