Post Edited (phixgrrrl) : 7/9/2009 8:28:59 PM (GMT-6)
Im sorry that i cant be more helpful, but this is something you really should see a doctor about. I hope you can get an appointment soon and get some answers. your symptoms sound alot like anxiety. Has anything major changed in your life recently?
All the best
do you suffer from health anxiety? i doubt the juice and cookie would affect how you felt, can you think of something that triggered the feeling? do you normally get more anxious during your period? i dont, but i know many women do. and dont feel bad bout going back to the doctor- its their job to answer your questions. they wont think you are "just anxious" if they are a good doctor.
remember if you are taking iron regularly that it can constipate you, and that feeling can also lead to anxiety.
sorry i cant be of more help-
Hello and IMHO it does sound like you have anxiety issues going on. You were just at the Doctors re another issue and now this has happened. Do not be afraid to revisit your physician and if it is indeed anxiety then talk with your Doc about how to deal with the anxiety.
As far as blood sugar, if you drank juice and ate a cookie your blood sugar most definitely would have changed if you were hypoglycemic.
Please do consider scheduling a new appointment with your physician.
I am sorry to hear you are still having the problems with the dizziness.
Inner ear problems can be diagnosed on the basis of hearing test, Electronystagmography (ENG), ECOG, Posturography or Platform test, the Rotary Chair test and imaging tests such as X-ray, CT scan and MRI scan.
I would hope that you could start with the least expensive test.
I may have mentioned this before but Antivert works well for me when I am dizzy. I have an inner ear problem that I have had for years. Sometime it kicks in and I feel dizzy. We even tried a PE tube which eventually fell out. You could ask your physician for prescription strength Antivert. Just my 2 cents worth this morning.
Hope you are soon feeling better.