is my dizziness caused by my stomach?

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started having stomach issues like 2 months ago... some reflux, stomach discomfort, bloating/fullness after eating, loss of appetite... improved a lot since than but not 100%.......... had a CT scan already of my entire abdomen... nothing........ going for a Endoscopy on the 21'st.

about 1 - 2 weeks after my stomach issues started i got some dizziness for a few days.... then it went away..... then i noticed at times i would feel a bit light headed after eating..... then it went away......

now its been with me daily for about 2 weeks... mild dizzy feeling..... a bit of tension in the head....

I'm thinking maybe stomach infection? I dunno... But I'm assuming it has to do with my stomach since it began right after my stomach issues started.............

No diarrhea

No fever

Blood pressure normal

ct scan looked normal

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    Hi, I have had Gastritis for 6 weeks fed up with it. I have also experienced the dizzy feeling. Now I have upped the PPI to 40mg it has been much better, so I am hoping things might be improving.

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    Hi, I have had Gastritis for 6 weeks fed up with it. I have also experienced the dizzy feeling. Now I have upped the PPI to 40mg it has been much better, so I am hoping things might be improving.

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    are you nauseous or vomiting

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    no

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    I have had GI issue for 5 years now, I always feel the dizziness you mentioned. So I think yes it is related to the stomach.

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    Has anyone heard of vertigo. You can get treated for this. Not a stomach cause. But I believe an inner ear problem.

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