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    Old 09-03-2008, 07:59 AM   #16
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    Re: dizziness, could it be from the cervical area?

    Thanks ladies, I am more convinced then ever it is from the neck. My neck is worse then its ever been & I am really getting some nasty dizziness. As I put in my other thread I feel like a box of rice krispies my neck is snap, crackle & popping & its feels super stiff & always feel like I am on the verge of a headache if I dont already have one. On my follow up visit I will also ask my PM so perhaps we can compare notes. I am just really getting fearful that its getting worse. Thanks ladies I so much appreciate your time & sharing your opinions. Sammy

     
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    Old 09-03-2008, 06:26 PM   #17
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    Re: dizziness, could it be from the cervical area?

    Yes, I have 2 collapsed discs in my cervical spine and dizziness has been a symptom of mine for 3 yrs. I can't prove it's related but I know how awful it feels. It truly takes away your quality of life. I mean, you can still do things if your in pain like driving but if your dizzy you can't do anything when your dizzy.

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    Old 09-04-2008, 03:00 PM   #18
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    Re: dizziness, could it be from the cervical area?

    Hi spineaz to answer your question I am taking darvacet but have never had any trouble with that making me dizzy.Also was taking morphine and never got the dizziness just made me drowsy which is a whole different feeling. grama

     
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