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Posted by Michelle
on October 01, 2000 at 21:03:36:
In Reply to: Welcome to the Inner Ear Disorders Message Board posted by webmaster on August 30, 1998 at 00:18:03:
I have been fighting dizziness off and on for about 5 years...I have been to 2 different ENTs..all they want to do is give me Sudafed, Actifed and Saline Solutions to clean out my nose..nothing seems to help..One Dr. treated me with exercises for BPPV..Benign Paroximal Positional Vertigo...that helped for awhile, but not long...I have also had numerous blood tests taken, and nothing found..the drs don't seem to be too concerned with it...recently, tho I have discovered that I am intolerant to MSG..which is monosodium glutamate...my hands and feet and face swell up, and I GET DIZZY!!! I don't know if that is the whole problem, but I can predict dizzy 'waves' after eating a popular brand of pizza and chinese food...and things with high salt quantities...it is good to read some of the postings, but it still doesn't help, because I want this cured! I read where someone said to take Ginger...I am ready to try that...I do try to avoid salt and msg, but it is very hard...look at the labels! Does anyone share my dilema with the msg, or have you thought about that posibility..if you research msg, you will be quite suprised what it can do, but dizziness in not one of the major symptoms..it is for me tho...please email if you want to discuss or have any ideas for me..Thanks.
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