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    Vestibular migraines?
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    MarieChristian posted:
    For months I have been experiencing almost daily episodes of extreme dizziness/vertigo. I went to John Hopkins and was diagnosed with Vestibular Migraines. There isn't a lot of information about this that I can find online. Has anyone else been diagnosed with this?
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    nailah123 responded:
    Go see a holistic doctor
     
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    Bree123 responded:
    I have been recently diagnosed with this. It is horrible. I am currently taking a beta blocker that has given me 50% relief, enough to function in a day is all. I have not been able to find much information on this either. I know that it is chronic and never goes away. I have been told that I have to try different medications that will help me function and hope it works for awhile. Relief does not sound promising. Are you taking a medication that is working for you?


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