Re: Constantly dizzy
I'm so sorry to hear that. The brain stem is an area where balance and dizziness and speech would be effected, as is the cerebellum. So why they say they don't know WHY he has this problem is baffling, given that is where the tumor resides.
Can you ask him to explain the type of dizziness, is it a constant type spinning, do things seem to jump in his vision, or does he feel like HE is moving and everything around him is still, meaning not in motion.
Being very descriptive of his personal dizzyness description is best because people ( individually ) tend to compensate different then others and sometimes don't even realize how much compensating they do, and so while ONE may compensate in one area effected by dizzyness, others do at different rates. I hope that makes some sense.
Can you ask him to be as detailed as possible, even with all his first presenting symptoms, dizzy related or otherwise and come back here, it could help MANY and thank you for sharing!