Occasional popping in right ear, dizziness, fatigue and lightheadness. cause?

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Hey,

it started with the room spinning around when i turned my head left or right in my bed. And lightheadness when i stood up from the bed. Now i get sudden dizzy spells when walking. Also feel fatigued. And some random pop in my right ear.

I have been diagnodes with depression. but is this some health issue? in that case, what?

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    Sounds like you have an inner ear problem .  Do see a doctor. There may be a simple cure for this if your doctor has been taught the Epley procedure and it only takes a few minutes to do. If they dont know the procedure,or it doesnt help, you can be given medication which should help. 
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    hello,

    Its only dizziness when i walk, when i sit down the dizziness is not there. its been like this for 3 months now. as i said, it started with room spinning around when i turned my head left and right, haven't checked this with doctor yet

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    I would definitely see a ENT doctor as the dizziness can be from your ear symptom. Hope you feel better soon!
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    Could be Labrynthitis  inner ear imbalance .Soon sorted , 
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    Had bed spins in the morning, gone later in the day, like I was drunk but have not had a drink in years, after a week or so of that, found out I had low blood pressure.  Then found out to raise it, drink black coffee and beer, worked for me...
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    Also sounds like it could be a tmj issue. Do you grind or clench your teeth? 
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