Can a head injury cause phantom sounds of fluid in the head?
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-How long did the symptoms last?
-Did you experience headache, dizziness?
-Did you notice any neurological issues like weakness, altered sensation etc.
- Have you experienced similar episodes in the past?
-Any medical conditions like diabetes, hypertension?
- Are you on any medications?
-any trauma or fall recently?
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I eat berries, nuts, collagen, raisins, bananas, some salads, beef, some fish. Limit all wheat foods, no dairy, except some hard cheese occasionally, very little sugar.
I did have CIPD about two years ago, I still have feelings in my hands and feet.
Thank you Dr Lekshmi
Not a neurological issue
The symptoms you described is not concerning any neurological issues including CIDP. The symptoms are not typical for ENT issues too.
If you do not notice recurrence, then it is nothing to be worried about and most likely due to waking suddenly up from sleep.
If it recurs, I would recommend following up with an ENT specialist, as inner ear issues need to be ruled out then.
Hope I have answered your query.
Dr Lekshmi Rita Venugopal, General & Family Physician
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