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Old 04.01.2023, 14:29
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Re: BPPV (Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) any tips?

Thank you all. It drives me mad that seems "nothing" can be done and "nothing" causes is except "it happens". My osteo said to me it happens to all at least once in life... Seems like a made up statistic but does seem to happen.

My GP checked my ears during first bout, now booked another appointment for tomorrow so let's see what he says. I may insist we do something more this time.

I have also vomited during the first attack in July and almost again today - just I know what it was and stayed super still so avoided it by a smidge. After the first attack it gets better. First time it freaked me out as I had no clue what was happening and thought I was having a stroke. Its a horrible thing.

One silver lining is I cannot for the life of me eat any food, so I can do a nice post Christmas cleanse #findthefuninallthatlifegivesyou

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