Feeling pushed in the back of right head

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Helo guys, nice to meet u all. My name is Andy and I wanna share strange symptom that I had these 1 years.

So it start december 2016, due to stress at my work suddenly I feel like a blackout and I wanna collapse, but that happened less than one second. After that I can stand and do normal activity. Tomorrow morning after I woke up, I notice there is something strange with my back right head. I feel dizzy when I turn my head to right. If I stand straight, I feel like that my right head feel pushed to my left head. Its kinda annoying. But when I turn my head to left, nothing happened.

Next day i went to doctor, he said I'm alright. He checked my eye and my ear, there is nothing in it. So he deducted that it was my neck. Next day I buy some muscle gel and put in on my neck, it worked, but only temporary and after that the symptom return again until now

So i have notice also that my right hand is not as strong as before i get this symptom and yeah my neck feel stiff especially on right side behind neck, in the middle of my neck. And in my ear I also feel like pushed to the left side, but my doctor found nothing at all.

I guess thats all my symptom that happened to me these 1 years. Anyone know what is happening to me? is it BPPV? Or my neck?

Your help would be appreciated. Thx before. Gbu

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  • Posted

    Hi that is perimenapause symptoms I've been having this problem for about 3 months now started with. Fatigue then lathargic dizzy about a month ago started having pain behind my right side of ear head neck it comes and goes also teeth gums hurt

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    It certainly sounds like it could be BPPV and it's on your right side. Have you seen an ENT yet?

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    You mention bppv , BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONAL VERTIGO but never said you had actual vertigo. Think first you need the usual battery of tests to rule out stroke, tumours etc. Then see a neurotologist
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    I had similar symptoms but after going on an elimination diet for 3 weeks my symptoms went away , I also started a multivitamin daily and no more than 1 drink a day , no hard liquor ! I never smoked . I still feel an occasional pressure in the temples/ears but it goes away soon. I take a shower when I feel too much pressure to get the immersive dyuretic effect and the pressure goes away. Hope it helps.
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      Elimination diet is a restricted group of food known not to spark any sensitivities ,allergies or reactions ,you'll find the list by searching the net , you start with those foods and with time you can start adding your favorite foods to see if one of those caused your troubles , see how your symptoms change or go away.

      And as far as vitamins in tablets ,I bought 4 different brands of multivitamins and I take a different pill every day , I don't like to take the same 1 every day.

      Another thing I changed is watching a yellow tint on my cell phone and PC at night ,blue light screens at night disrupt some balance in your brain . You can download those apps for free and apply them to your screens.

      Hope your symptoms go away

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      Thx for ur reply Pattino. I will try to download that app.

      For multivitamin, my doctor said its not good to drink it everyday. But yeah i will try to drink it anyway, maybe not everyday though

      one more question, do u see an ENT?

       

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    In 2017 I suffered bad vertigo several times and I went to the ER 2 times , I was so scared at the beginning because the symptoms were very bad , head spinning { counterclockwise } nausea, imbalance , heavy sweating , dry mouth etc.. , I thought it was panic attacks , after a few attacks I went to the ENT and he told me those are the symptoms of Meniere disease , they last between 2 and 4 hours , since then I learned a lot and changed a few things in my life , now I feel better but sometimes I have the pre-symptoms before an attack only.
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