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Posted earlier on site about my dizziness. I figured i was done with it and was going to post a good story on here about my recovery and then yesturday it came back with avengance. I have had this problem for almost 4 months now. It started off with extreme vertigo in bouts at bed time that would wake me up at night or when trying to go to sleep for just over two weeks. It then turned into a nausea, slight dizzyness (not vertigo) and fatigue all day for almost everyday everyday for almost 3 months. It was especially bad when eating dinner or when i got tired out. I then started to feel better for about a week and then a couple of weeks ago it came back and woke me up in my sleep again with vertigo and then again two days later. It then slowely got better and since about a week and a half ago i was starting to me symptom free. O have had about 7 or 8 days where i was almost symptom free, energy was back and i wasent feeling any nausea or dizzyness. Then yesturday while at work i started to feel very nauseated around 5pm i then finished up at work and headed home. Felt very sick nausea and slight dizzyness along with headache over right temple and down neck in same place i get the pain everytime i have symptoms. Worst nausea and shakes i have had dince the start of it. I then slept 15 hrs last night as i went to bed as soon as i went home. Today i feel a bit better. There are some questions i was wondering if you guys can answer. Has anyone found heat has made symptoms worse? Both times i have had symptoms come back i have been out in hot weather as i work outside all day. I do drink plenty of water though i make sure of that. Is this thr regular recovery pattern of vestibular neuritis? Is it normal to have both ears popping and feeling full and itchy with vestibular neuritis? Hope you guys can fill in some of the blanks as i was soo sure it was done and now iam back in the boat. Hopefully this is its last bout and i finish it off this week. I will keep you guys updated and i look forward to your responses.
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