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Best I Can

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World gone topsy-turvy: How many here struggling with vertigo (BPPV)?

<p>World gone topsy-turvy: How many here struggling with vertigo (BPPV)?</p>
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Does anyone have suggestions?

I am struggling today with yet another bout of vertigo does anyone have suggestions on how to cope? Things you do to help yourself? Any advice is appreciated? #Migraine , #Vertigo

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#AskMe : What is the correlation between migraine and vertigo?

<p><a class="tm-topic-link mighty-topic" title="#AskMe" href="/topic/askme/" data-id="5bc4f46d95775e00ad460618" data-name="#AskMe" aria-label="hashtag #AskMe">#AskMe</a>  : What is the correlation between <a href="" class="tm-embed-link  tm-autolink health-map" data-id="5b23ce9c00553f33fe997c0a" data-name="migraine" title="migraine" target="_blank">migraine</a> and vertigo?</p>
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I realized I hadn’t updated my “medical conditions” list on my medical ID bracelet site in awhile. I realized after looking over my list that most of my conditions are “invisible”, except for my knee problem that I wear a knee brace for and sometimes use a cane. So often, I feel overwhelmed by the number of conditions I live with (Am I a “bad seed”?) and the physical and emotional pain that they cause; even the ones that have been “repaired” have come with lingering pain from scarring, incomplete cure or subsequent Dx. I’m thankful for my caring husband and a few really close friends who understand to a point. But even they get tired of my need to share my emotions about what I’m going through. I’m thankful for this group who gets what I mean and can give support without judgment or weariness.
I’m no longer able to work fulltime; I used to be an educator in various special education programs as well as in schools.
I try to help others who have conditions like mine as well, so I’m not just a “taker”.
Here is my list. Dates indicate either diagnosis date or surgery date.

Right inner ear imbalance 1998
Narcolepsy 1999, 2021
Allergies - plants, animals, foods and meds
Sliding hiatal hernia 2011
Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction Type 3 2007 - result of gallbladder removal 2005
Diabetes Type 2 1996
GERD 2005
Mild/moderate disc degeneration neck & low back and mild spinal stenosis
Slip & fall back injury 10/15- MRI Nov 2017 SI joint injury
Fibromyalgia - 1995
Sleep apnea 2019
History of ruptured ovarian cysts 2006 -
Recurrent tingling/"electrical shocks" all over body 2007 - diagnosed as Small Fiber Polyneuropathy 2020
Scoliosis (curved and twisted)
Right knee cartilage deterioration (injured 1979 & 1986) - diagnosed permanently dislocated kneecap 2019
Arthritis - neck, hips, knees, hands
Carpal Tunnel syndrome - 2019
Bursitis - left hip 2017
Recurrent "tennis elbow"
Plantar fasciitis and tendonitis both feet - custom orthotics 1991
Fatty liver
Cardiac "regurgitation"
Major Depression,
Anxiety, C-PTSD, possible BPD
Multiple concussions (5)
Multiple whiplash injuries
Vaginal Hysterectomy with Rectocele and Cystocele repairs - 2018 - Urinary incontinence
Frequent Migraines

#ChronicPain #MentalIllness

#SexualAbuse #SexualAssault
#PostconcussionSyndrome #SmallFiberPolyNeuropathy

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I woke up this morning feeling like hell my head hurt my body ached I was dizzy and nauseous. My sons program canceled, so I took him to the supermarket with me where I chased him around as he took about 100$ worth of merchandise off the shelves and threw them in my trolley. I came home cooked and baked and watched him. Then hubby came home. Then my older kids came home and guess what I was able to nap for twenty minutes. Not ready to run a marathon but not at proverbial deaths door

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Vertigo is evil…

Has my vertigo I sometimes get act up really badly at the wrong time today. And even though I’ve had my meds that help ease the symptoms when it starts I’m still feeling iffy. Contemplating speaking to dr about if there is anything to prevent the attacks in the first place cuz it’s really becoming an issue ontop of everything else. Anyone else out there suffer with it and can give any advice on what I could do to help? I couldn’t even stand up or walk earlier my legs went so bad I ended up laying down on the floor. #Vertigo #ChronicIllness #Depression #PolycysticOvarySyndrome #Undiagnosed #Fibromyalgia

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