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You should get your ears checked. Maybe go to an Ear Nose and Throat doc. Just don't do his treatments until you talk to us again. An MRI may be required.

How many times have you used antibiotics?
when was the last time?
Have you ever used steroids?
Do you have allergies, and if so have you used meds for it? What?

I suspect that you have a fungus in your inner ear.
Ozone therapy is the choice. Answer the above questions
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A good way to check for ear problems is to plug your nose and then try to blow out. if your ears are plugged or 1 ear is plugged you will feel popping inside your ears. By doing this it will help to get the blockage and fluid moving.


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It sure seems like hypoglycemia to me. Google that. I don't work in the health field; so this is only from personal experience.

I would experience that similar sort of dizziness; but only occasionally. I did not relate it to hypoglycemia until much later in life. When my symptoms showed, a few things would happen. Hand tremors. Anxiety. More stress. And sometimes the worse - cold sweats. I've also passed out a few times in my teens and early 20s. I don't know why no one related this to hypoglycemia. The doctors would always check my blood sugar on regular physicals. They would not give me a hint as to whether it was leaning on the low side.

At least now I know to eat regularly. Even if I only have one large meal a day, I will at least have small meals, or fruits or cereals, during the day.

So my recommendation would be to get your blood sugar checked. Keep something sweet around for any crisis. Eat like a diabetic (several smalls meals a day to keep glucose balanced) and see if this helps.
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So how did your heart check out? If that is OK get your ears checked.

Sometimes dizziness is caused by getting up too fast, due to a sudden drop in blood pressure. Make sure you are well hydrated with enough salt. I wouldn't worry about a cholesterol of 204. The answer for that is always ... eat more veggies.
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Your Blood Pressure seems a bit high to me for someone only 19 yrs old -
top number; something closer to 120 would be better.
Giving up the sodas completely might be a good idea too.
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So how did your heart check out? If that is OK get your ears checked.

Sometimes dizziness is caused by getting up too fast, due to a sudden drop in blood pressure. Make sure you are well hydrated with enough salt. I wouldn't worry about a cholesterol of 204. The answer for that is always ... eat more veggies.
yes my heart was good.... i haven't gotten my ears checked... before it would only last for a week then go away now its been lasting for almost 4 weeks now sigh.... Now it's not that constant it jus comes and go throughout the day ... =.= this really sucks.. I'm going to get an MRI soon, and maybe see an ENT if the MRI shows nothing in my brain..
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Get all the checking out you can. But be sure to check in with us first before they ram a lot of drugs down your throat.

Ozone therapy can be very helpful to the ears. We can talk about it after we know what is going on.
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It sure seems like hypoglycemia to me. Google that. I don't work in the health field; so this is only from personal experience.

I would experience that similar sort of dizziness; but only occasionally. I did not relate it to hypoglycemia until much later in life. When my symptoms showed, a few things would happen. Hand tremors. Anxiety. More stress. And sometimes the worse - cold sweats. I've also passed out a few times in my teens and early 20s. I don't know why no one related this to hypoglycemia. The doctors would always check my blood sugar on regular physicals. They would not give me a hint as to whether it was leaning on the low side.

At least now I know to eat regularly. Even if I only have one large meal a day, I will at least have small meals, or fruits or cereals, during the day.

So my recommendation would be to get your blood sugar checked. Keep something sweet around for any crisis. Eat like a diabetic (several smalls meals a day to keep glucose balanced) and see if this helps.
The reason the docs wouldn't give you a hint years ago is because conventional medicine only recently started recognizing hypoglycemia.

To the OP, do you have gum disease and what is your blood sugar taken after meals, 2 hours after eating, and before eating.
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A good way to check for ear problems is to plug your nose and then try to blow out. if your ears are plugged or 1 ear is plugged you will feel popping inside your ears. By doing this it will help to get the blockage and fluid moving.


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I did this and my left ear popped every time I attempted this. What does that mean and what should I do? By the way, I am also feeling dizziness when I get up, look around, etc. I'm 17, bp is 118/76, sugar level is 90.
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