Being up and active make it worse?
I am going through a very tough time right now. About 2 months ago I went into the Dr. because of dizziness and a clicking sound in my ear. He told me it was an eustachian tube dysfunction and gave an antibotic that for a couple weeks seemed to make the dizziness all most be completely gone. However now the clicking seems to have gone away but the dizziness came back and for a couple days it was worse then ever.
I went back to the Dr. becasue I woke up one day very dizzy and also feeling somewhat confused. It scared the hell out of me. At the Dr. he said my ears looked fine. They did an EKG and found that I have a right bundle branch block. So I went to the cardiologist who after no more then another EKG told me it's probably nothing to worry about and that the dizziness is most likely not related to the abnormal EKG.
So now I'm going to an ENT next week to see what they say...
My question is... Does anybody know if dizziness related to an inner ear or sinus problem could get worse after being up and active? Like when I walk around for a while or walk the dog, could that make something in my inner ear or sinus get all stirred up and cause it to seem worse for a while?
Last edited by goodguy85; 06-30-2011 at 11:55 AM.