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    Dizziness, Pressure above right eye and nose, ear feels moist.
    An_251332 posted:
    Three months ago I started having dizziness where I would lose my balance. I went to my family doctor who prescribed Allegra, which did not help. I then went to an ENT doc and I had an MRI, which was normal, and an ENG/VNG, which was also normal. I also had a hearing test, which he said was minimal hearing loss, no big deal. I sometimes get ear pain, but when I go to the GP, she says it's fine. I think she thinks I am nuts. I have never had any problems before, and only went to the doctor for blood work once a year. I also have hypertension and I take amlodipine and metropolol. I even went to the Ophthalmologist because my vision seems fuzzy. He said my eyes were healthy. The dizziness is what's making me crazy. It seems to come from nowhere. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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