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First time poster, I am hoping to get some insight into this. For the past 6 months I have had the weirdest sensation, it is like a unbalanced, bouncy feeling when I walk or even turn my head or body a certain way. It varies in intensity and sometimes I can go days without barely feeling it all. Everytime I think it's gone away it comes back.
I am a healthy, 29 year old male. I exercise and work out 4-5 days a week. I have had bloodwork done a couple of times and everything appears fine with me. My doctor's seem a little stumped. It's very strange because it is not severe and it does not impede my daily activities, when I am at work I am fine or basically whenever I am sitting down. Even when I am exercising it does not seem to affect me. I only seem to feel it when I am walking around (I work in a city, so I do a good amount of walking every day to and from work). I feel slightly unbalanced and bouncy, like the ground is not even, sometimes even a "dipping" sensation.
I have read about this alot and it seems to be related to the inner ear but I just wanted to be sure. It is not severe, and I do not feel dizzy or naseous and I can deal with it, but sometimes it really annoys me and I don't feel like myself and kind of stresses me out because it keeps coming and going. This has been going on for almost 7 months.
Is there anything I can do to help it, medication I can take? Or do I just have no choice but to wait it out?
Thank you for the advice!
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