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Old 05-16-2011, 09:28 AM   #1
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Dizziness and memory loss

Has anyone out there had dizziness and recall memory loss due to fibromyalgia???

 
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On a daily basis.....................

 
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Thank you so much for responding Monalisa I have had this horrible dizziness for about 3 months now accompanied by memory loss and vision problems. Its so extreme that I don't dare drive. The docs have checked tons of other things and everything has come up normal. No one has mentioned the fibromyalgia causing it. Is there anything that helps yours?

 
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Hi! I really do not have a lot of issues with the brain fog. I do have issues with my balance, tho. Hugs, diane

 
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No sorry, its just something we deal with...there was a few months mine was very bad. even would make me throw up every night.

have you tried a decongestant? you could have fluid in your ear, or extra mucus, i live on mucinex....time release kind 2x day...memory loss oh yes theres a reason why im Blonde..lol

I'm so bad i forget something that just happened 5 mins ago...we just laugh at it ,cause really what can we do about it..

 
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Re: Dizziness and memory loss

Oh yes I get dizzy and sorta loopey not steady. But also I take Xanax for anxiety which makes me a bit loopey. lol your not alone hun.

 
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ughhhh, I have had fibromyalgia for the last 15+ years and just developed the dizziness in the last 3 months. Was so hoping it would go away. I am afraid to even drive. It feels like I literally am going to pass out. I have had trouble in the past with memory issues, but it is really bad right now. Can't keep my checking account straight...keep overdrawing due to forgetting to write things down. Left my car running for 2+ hours. Lost my puppy shot records...never did find them. All sorts of issues. I have tried Meclizine and it didn't help at all. Never tried a regular decongestant though. Will have to give it a try. Thank you for your help and for listening! HUGS!

 
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I am so sorry you both are having to deal with these issue too...thank you again!

 
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