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Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Dizzy..................

Just a quick post today - sorry I haven't been around for a few days but I'm stuck in bed with awful vertigo. Thank goodness for my iPad which has helped with the boredom of being unable to move. My head is so dizzy I feel like a spinning top..............

Talk soon x

22 comments:

  1. Oh poor you. Better soon.
    Listen to Red Joan audio book. I haven't stopped it the last few days

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  2. Oh poor you, that must be horrible.
    Look after yourself and get well soon,
    Kate x

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  3. Sorry to hear that. please keep cosy and get lots of rest. it's certainly doing the rounds - we're in the north of Scotland and my husband has just come through the exact same thing.

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  4. Dear Sue, I'm so sorry to hear that, it's such a shocking thing to go through and I hope you are feeling better really soon. Thinking of you, hugs, Joy xo

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  5. Oh no Sue, vertigo is such a horrid thing. Rest lots and get well soon.
    Jane x

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  6. Take care Sue. I have had vertigo in the past and is isn't fun! Rest as much as you can and you should probably stay off the computer for a bit too. xx

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  7. So sorry to hear this Sue. I do sincerely hope that it passes very soon and that you can get back to normal. Take care of yourself and cherish yourself a little. Thinking of you. xx

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  8. Oh my goodness .... you poor thing, that sounds awful, i hope you are back to full health very soon.
    Love Jooles x x x

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  9. Another sufferer here and it's ghastly. A course of betahistamine for a while sorted mine out but for ages I was neurotic every time I felt the smallest symptom. Take care and get well soon. X x x

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  10. Take care of yourself Sur, and hope the dizziness passes quickly.
    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  11. Oh poor you! Perhaps you can catch up with your fave blgs, and I hope the family re waiting on you

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  12. Not good! And the frustration of not being able to do anything! Still this is probably natures way of telling you to rest a while.
    Hope you recuperate soon and get back to full swing but not too much swinging . :-)

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  13. I'm sorry, Sue, I suffer mild symptoms when there are big weather fluctuations - the change in air pressure either gives me a migraine or makes me dizzy (not sure which is worse!). I feel for you and hope the world straightens out quickly! Chrissie xxx

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  14. I have had vertigo myself and its really awful with the room spinning. I hope you recover soon x

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  15. Sorry to hear your not well, hope your feeling your self again soon x

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  16. Oh Sue so sorry to hear this, it's one of the worse symptoms when it hits, nothing to do but lie down and hope it passes, hope you have some meds to help. The things we have to go through, feel better soon
    Clare xx

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  17. I wish you a soon recovery! good health!

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  18. Bless your heart, I hope you recover quickly. Keep that head still till all settles down.
    Meredith

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  19. Oh my Sue.. I have not popped by in such a long time and it seems that you are like a whirlwind, making and baking! I am going to pop the kettle on, grab a cuppa and have a proper catch up!!

    I do hope you feel better soon. My sis-in-law suffers from vertigo and I know it knocks her for six when it hits. Nasty thing. Rest up- you'll be back in no time! Hazel x

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  20. Hi Sue, hope you are now on the mend. It sounds a horrid thing to get.
    S xx

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  21. OMG I feel your (pain) dizzyness, I've been suffering from Labrynthitis, which is bad enough. Mine is improving slowly, hope yours is too.

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