20 years old names Danny Alexander. I've been having these weird annoying symptoms for abour 3 weeks. I feel not vertigo spinning (all though a couple of months ago I woke up spinning as if I spinned in a chair and suddenly stopped it very trippy) but this spaced out air forehead feeling, pressure around the inner eye and right between my eyes inside the top of my nose and dead center fore head. It feels like I got a lightheaded hard buzz of beer or similar like it. I turn my head and get a little throwed off or disoriented. I want to say I feel a little pressure in my ears sometimes but that's not that bad.Oh and I forgot to say... I had this dizzy BS about two months ago and since it was s new scary symptom I went to the emergency and they gave me head scans and gave me a bag a fluid incase I was dehydrated then said I had sinusitis. Gave me some pills for the dizzy and Flonase. I had tention in my neck and sinus pressure with no drip (still have no drip) but It went away for about a month and now it's back! i'm scared I have all kinds of anxiety, stressed and even acid reflux due to being nervous everyday. I went to the doc and he ran blood tests to check kidneys,liver red blood cells, white blood cells etc etc idk what else he said I get my results tomorrow ): I'm a good looking full of life and dreams musician full of friends young man who is scared. So will someone tell me i'm not gonna die please, inform me about these symptoms???!! because I am tripping out and I need peace of mind.
Sinusitis is a logical conclusion, especially given the presence of sinus sensitivity and pressure.
Diziness is very common, most people are bound to experience it at some point in their lives. There are many causes of dizziness, it is uncomfortable, but there is nothing to stress about at this point. You need to see an Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist who can make a diagnosis and recommend a treatment.
One final note: Mention to your ENT the spinning vertigo that you experienced a few months ago. This may or may not be connected to your current condition, however it is still relevant.
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Dizziness is the third most common complaint for Doctors visits.
It is not unusual to feel dizzy for more than a few days. But if the dizziness lasts longer than a few days, it is a good idea to see a doctor. The symptom of dizziness will last until its cause resolves on its own or is correctly diagnosed and treated.