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What are the causes for me to have severe vertigo, numbness in toes and feet and migraine ?

I am a 27 yr old white female that is 5 6 and weigh 270 lbs. over a year ago i started to experience severe vertigo ,off balance, numbness in toes and feet,and migraines! I have seen emt s,cardiologist s,neurologist s,chiropractor s,etc. i have had mri s,ct scans, blood work,ekg s,and still haven t found the problem! what is wrong? i cant live like this!
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jul 2011
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If you are on OC pills it could explain the constitution of symptoms you are suffering from. You could also be suffering from Vitamin B12 deficiency as well. Have you been tested for these. How about your blood pressure and blood sugar values.
Answered: Tue, 12 Jul 2011
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i am not on any OC meds. is it possible to suffer from vertigo 24/7 even tho i only get a migraine once in a while? also,my pinky and ring finger on my left hand is numb! could that be from the nerve and disc problem as well?
Answered: Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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