Week 4 With vertigo now

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3,5 weeks ago i wake up with room spinning.  Got back to sleep, same in the morning. No other symptom than vertigo/boat feeling. 

Went to doctor, told bppv?, they did not see any eye movement. Epleys done, then it should go away. 1 week later still the same vertigo.

Whent ent doc, he maybe belive vestibilaris neuritis. Got prednison, and message to try live as usual. Maybe some relief after tablets, but still vertigo. MRI done, waiting for answer on that.

Try to live as normal, but boat sensation almost always present.

If i am in activity it get worse, and i also get some more pressure in the head. Rest makes the headake dissapear and reliefs the vertigo.

Is this normal? And should i try to be in activity? Any tips? Still not convinced that vest neurotis or bppv is the correct diagnose. 

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    If Epley maneuver done correctly by an experienced physiotherapist it should help for bppv.p

    You can find a good chiropractor to evaluate your neck, it could cause that. 

    Good luck to you.

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    Hi. Went to chiro with speciality in dizziness. She maybe thought bppv, but no nysto on eyes. Ent DOC 1 week later thinks maybe its vest neurotis. Nobody sure, vertigo only symphtom first week, now also presssure in head. Activity after week 2 is not making me moore dizzy, but afterwards its like beeing on a boat in a storm 😬

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    Always? Like 24/7 or like it goes on when there are triggers? How are you today? 
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    By the way, have been to a boat, plane or long care drive?

    How old are you?

    Your gender?

    Can you feel the swaying sensation even when your sitting or lying down?

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