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Hello, dear people.
I am writing this post as I am very nervous about this health issue I've gained recently. It really worries me and I can't fall asleep, thinking that it might be something serious.
So, today my fiance called and told me that she got into a car crash. I felt how my heart started beating extremely fast, really hard. I dont think my heart was beating this strongly/rapidly ever in my life.. so after the call i tried to calm down, ate something and when heart stopped beating, I lied down. When I lied down I noticed that my head was feeling really dizzy and my vision seemed strange. After a few minutes this feeling disappeared, but when I stood up, i felt real dizzy again.. it felt like i was spinning around myself and stopped. After a few minutes it disappeared. I lied down again and my head started spinning again, but this time I could also feel nystagmus. Basically any head movement (looking up/down for a while, or standing/laying down) provokes vertigo and sometimes nystagmus. This never happened before and I am quite scared... i have also developed some really weird headaches, which last for a second or so, they are not very strong, but they are annoying and they make me really worried...
some other info which might be useful:
I am 21, male. I was diagnosed with bronchopneumonia two weeks ago. I took cefuroxin for a week and a half, then I ran out of it, used amoxycilin for two days and today is the first day I am not taking any antibiotics. I am seeing my GP on friday to see how's my bronchopneumonia.
Ever since my bronchopneumonia/colds started, my both ears felt a bit weird.. i feel like its a little hard to hear everything, like there was some water in my ears, but i got used to that and i learned to ignore it. I dont know if all of this is associated..
please, can you at least guess what might be wrong? I am very worried, afraid of a stroke or something like that... i cant fall asleep, even though its 4:40 am... should i wait for friday to see my doc, or should I take more serious actions? Any help appreciated!
Thank you very much!
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