What causes constant dizziness while recovering from an allergy?
please advise if i will be allright as earlier.
Depends upon the extent of damage.
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I have gone through your query and understand your concerns. It seems that some allergic reaction triggered a massive immune reaction in your body. These antibodies attacked the optic nerve leading to your vision loss. The doses of steroids (wysolone) helps in reducing such an immune reaction. Think of it as a lot of goons suddenly coming and creating a mess. Although police may remove the goons, the mess that has already created still remains to be cleared. Unfortunately, there can be some aspects that are beyond repair and so it cannot be assured that your vision would be alright as earlier. But what you get back is the best that can be obtained back. How much exactly, depends on the nature and extent of damage done.
I hope that I have been able to explain the situation.
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