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30 year old female, feel dizziness all the time

I never used to get motion sickness and now I get it all the time. I had the flu back in March and ever since that I feel spacey a lot. I was treated for ear infections, a sinus infection, and allergies. Nothing seems to help. What else could it be? I had a CBC done and all came back perfect. My thyroid, electrolyte levels, and eyes have been checked and everything good. 30 yr old female. Very active, not overweight, exercises regularly.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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HELLO
MOTION SICKNESS AND YOUR PAST ILLNESS OF FLU HAS NO RELATION . BUT IN SOME CASES FLU CAN BE FOLLOWED BY SOME WEIRYNESS ( TIREDNESS) LACK OF ''GO '' ETC.
WHAT IS YOUR PRESENT COMPLAINT? ONLY MOTION SICKNESS AND SPACEY FEELING? I ASSUME YOU DNT HAVE ANY OTHER SYMPTOMS AS YOU HAVENT MENTIONED, THEN THESE TWO NEEDS NO INVESTIGATIONS IF U ARE DONE TILL DATE. I THINK AVOID ALL THOSE FACTORS WHICH CAUSES MOTION SICKNESS ie ROUND OR SPIRAL MOVEMENTS, SUDDEN MOTIONS ETC. AVOIDING THE CAUSITIVE FACTOR IS THE ONLY BEST DEAL IN MOTION SICKNESS. THERE ARE SOME MEDICINES FOR NAUSEATING AND VERTIGO FEELING THAT UR DOCTOR WILL PRESCRIBE YOU.
LET THE TIME GO. IN SOME CASES MOTION SICKNESS GOES AWAY AUTOMATICALLY.
THANK U.
Answered: Thu, 11 Aug 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
Hi,
Thanks for query,
As your all reports are normal so you have not to worry.
But I feel that you might have impacted ear wax or chronic sinusitis or middle ear infection which may not respond with antibiotics.
You go for blood sugar test.
Go for measuring blood pressure.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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