I, too, suffer from vertigo as one of my migraine symptoms, but I don't actually get a headache. My neurologist said it is most likely a migraine because it slowly progresses where if it was due to a seizure it would be sudden. MRIs on my neck and brain showed everything normal.
My vertigo can start from change in pressure of the room such as the act of turning on the air conditioner, certain room heaters, or change in weather. I've only had two spells that lasted for weeks, but when they did I could hear my heartbeat in my ear. Sometimes I would hear ringing. I've never felt the "fullness."
There is also meniere's disease. Google it and see if it might fit you, but it would not explain the blurred vision or stiff neck.
I get confused, high energy, bumbling speech, right side slight numbness and muscle ache, blurred vision, vision disturbances (bright floaties, stripped wallpaper on the wall waving like water), Novocaine like numbness in my fingertips, digestive problems, and stiff neck.
Edit to add: I take meclizine as a rescue for the vertigo. It works most of the time. My new neurologist put me on nortripyline as a preventative. I did take amitriptyline and topamax as a preventative, but they did not work.
Post Edited (Susan578) : 2/15/2012 6:19:56 AM (GMT-7)