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Getting a head rush only when I lay down.

By Anonymous March 30, 2012 - 5:26pm
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When I go to bed, and only when I go to bed, when I lay down I get a terrible head rush. Takes a few min. to go away but seems if I turn over in bed it comes on again. i know it sounds silly. But I was just wondering.

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Hello Anonymous,
When you say that you experience a head rush, do you that you feel as if the room is spinning?

If sounds as if you may be experiencing a problem involving your inner ear. Labyrinthitis is an ear disorder that involves irritation and inflammation of the inner ear. This interferes with the ability to keep your balance and to hear.

If you continue to experience dizziness, vertigo or that abnormal sensation of a head rush, or loss of balance or hearing loss, you should call your health care provider.


March 30, 2012 - 5:57pm
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