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Neck pain, leg pain, lower back. MRI, blood work normal. History of vertigo. Treatment?

Hi I had vertigo about 4 years ago that lasted a few minutes to hour at a time they vertigo came about once a month like clock work. Than about 6 months later it went away. About 3 weeks ago I had vertigo again, but now I am feeling lightheaded everyday about 1pm, I feel great in the mourning. I have pain in the back of my neck , and now sore pain in my legs and lower back. I have had MRI , blood work, ear nose and throat , eng, etc done and nothing found.
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Welcome in H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding dizziness and sore legs and pain over back. As all the investigations like MRI, ENG etc all are normal and this problem is for last 4 years.

Considering your medical history and thinking about investigations for vertigo which all are normal it appears as you may be having involvement of other peripheral receptor like eye (Ophthalmic vertigo) or there are possibililty of metabolic causes of vertigo. So here it becomes necessary to consult your physician for thorough examination to rule out metabolic & hormonal factors fr vertigo.

Answered: Thu, 17 Apr 2014
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