ive been getting dizzy for a week now help

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hi my name is jay im 25 last saturday before I went to have a cyst removed I felt really dizzy like I was going to faint I have had this no everyday and started to get me worried ive been to the doctors today for blood results they come back normal blood pressure is normal and so is my oxygen levels at 99% now they ruled that out im getting very worried as im no closer to finding out whats up yes im a worrier yes I google thing which does not help im worried I might not see tomorrow can anyone help me please im existing not living thanks

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    im fine watching tv and sitting down its when I move around and walk ect it get worse but sat watching tv and it does not happen 
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    James are you on Facebook? Join a group there called labyrinthitis support it's ace and loads of people to answer your questions, I was the same as you I'm 29 and I have had it since June my Iv had MRI scan CT scan and they came back clear 
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      im worried incase its cancer or a tumour people think im just over reacting but they dont have a clue im living in hell they think you look ok on the outside so stop worrying in a matter of fact I carnt stop thinking about it as im dizzy most of the time its like a living nightmare
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      I was the same if it's an inner ear problem it also gives you high anxiety so you will be panicking a lot, I was the same but it's settled a bit now but I was dizzy for about 12 weeks, join that group you will get a lot of answers 
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      oh thats a bit of a release is the group called labyrinthitis support ive asked to join my facebook is jay david il speak to you on there thanks again feels like im the only one in the world going through this
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      The group is awesome. I'm unlucky and been dizzy since March. Slowly getting better. My ENT consultant thinks ive had vestibular neuronitis. I'm waiting for an MRI scan and then back to ENT for vestibular rehab. 

      You aren't alone, we all feel panicky and scared. It's a very debilitating thing to live with. Xx 

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      Hi,I have suffered a long time with dizzy/off balance feeling,I ve every test and they came back clear.try not to worry,you re not alone,I agree it is hell,I am also very anxious and nervous.i was diagnosed with un compensated labyrinthitis,I m didn't t know there was a site on Facebook so I'm going join,thanks Craig 
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      Yes you do get vertigo symptoms,but with labythrinitis you never get relief you always have a feeling of being off balance the floor feels like it's moving,it's kind of like the feeling you get when you come off a fairground ride,but that feeling never goes away.My doctor told me it's the signals from my brain to my ears have got confused,this is probably due to an ear infection that wasn t treated.the anxiety comes with it,I was told your body automatically panics when there is something wrong with your inner ear.i have been battling with this for 6 yrs,and i was only diagnosed 2yrs ago after a long battle to get an answer.My heart goes out to everybody who is suffering,I know hard it is
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      Yes its scary and causes anxiety bad. I've had it since 2007 sad had all kinds of scans of my brain and blood work everything was fine. I just want my anxiety to go away.. And it will just gotta stay positive.. 
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