I'm a kid who's been experiencing dizziness for the past 6 years but only in the past 6 months has it been very serious. I almost constantly have the feeling that the world is slanted to the right side of my vision and that I'm going to all of a sudden fall upwards. Car rides have become terrible because I always get the sensation that the car is going to start falling even though its impossible. I have headaches and dizziness all the time and my eyes always droop. As a result, going anywhere is a terrible pain. After consulting my doctor, he said that I have "benign positional paroxysmal vertigo." I do not think this is the case as my dizziness does not come in episodes every few days but rather almost constantly everyday. Nevertheless, I conducted the Epley maneuver, but to no avail.

Has anyone experienced this before, or know what this is?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thank you
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replied October 30th, 2017
Bppv is the abnormal sensation of movements due to assuming certain positions. Based on the description and history which you gave it is most likely to be benign paroxysmal positional Vertigo. Epley manoeuvre can be repeated in a weeks time. Till then watch full waiting can be done without any vestibular suppressant medication as it has no clear benefit.


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