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Continuous dizziness after electrostimulation therapy, taken Meclizine and prednisone. Help

My girlfriend has continuous dizziness lasting for what is going on just over a month. She says that it is not consistent with the direction of spin or rocking. It has caused her to feel unbalanced and often stumble. She has also had a significant amount of blackout spells, which she describes as being overwhelmed with dizziness and then not knowing what happens until she comes to. All of this started a few months after we were in a motor vehicle accident. After which, she had been receiving chiropractic care (including electro-stimulation and physical manipulation of her back and neck ). One day after her electro-stimulation therapy (used by the chiropractor to loosen the muscles to manipulate them) she complained of being dizzy and had problems walking and felt as though the room were spinning. After over a month now, we have been to the doctor numerous times and so far all of the tests have come back inconclusive (bloodwork normal, tests such as lying, sittng, to standing Blood pressures, and inner ear examination clear) and the ECG came back with an inverted T which was sent to a cardiologist (With no word back so far). The medication prescribed (meclizine) originally, did nothing but make her irritible to being touched. The current medication she is on (Prednizone) has also seemed to have no effect (without irritibility). Please provide any information or guidance in the right direction to alleviate this problem
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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