listen i know ive posted this 8 million times but it is driving me absolutely insane.
march 1st and 2nd moved ex girlfreind out of our apartment into her new apartment very stressfull
the night of march 2nd , drank a ridiculous amount of hard liquor and beer, threw up, ate 1 thing the next day, and ate nothing the day of drinking
march 3rd had a dizzy spell that night when I got up to go to the bathroom
march 5th started prozac 10 mg and quit smoking cigarettes cold turkey!
march 5th - march 19th felt the same dizziness come and go it wasnt constant, it was almost constant.. i was able to go to work but would get a dizzy spell it always seems to be the same time in the afternoon.
march 12th went to my ent b/c i was concerned about a brain tumor, he did audio gram hearing test and checked my ears and said no brain tumor making you dizzy and not to worry.....
march 20th started the dose of 20 mg prozac per day/went to my doctor for checkup, told him i was thinking i had a brain tumor please look at my ocular nerves with a light and he said there gorgeous and its just anxiety
march 20th-24th felt absolutely horrendous dizziness was worse, didnt feel like myself, had crazy manic thoughts, drove to my mothers work told her im going insane, i told her i was on prozac for 3 weeks, she was kind of pissed because she hates certain medications, i was coming out of my skin, i couldnt sit still, i was very very stressful, panic attack felt like it was happening for 24 hours
march 24th that night i stopped the prozac cold turkey my doctor said i can.....
march 24th-today nausous, still dizzy, off balance, very nervous, ears are stuffed, random headpains come and go, sore throat, low grade fever, achey, stomach ache, head pressure, rash on neck, feel awful.
Please someone tell me this was anxiety with the dizzy spell and the prozac made it worse. If the dizzy spell started WHEN I started prozac I would be like OK its prozac! but because it didnt im going crazy. Im a 26 year old male my life has been horrific since I was 15 just dealing with daily generalized anxiety and worry. But never experienced dizzy spells like this.