I am a 42 year old female. I have a history of migraines, high BP, high cholesterol, anxiety and insomnia. I woke up one morning with double vision (which I have never had before). When i would look at simeone it was as if thwir duplicate was sitting right behind them. This lasted about 6 hours. Ever since then I have been getting extreme dizzy spells, to the point I have to firmly grab something to keep from falling on my face. It’s not a dizzy spell as in things seem to be moving when they are not, it is more like the entire room is spinning in a circle. Like I feel like throwing up. This happens when I’m sitting, laying down, and not moving at all. It scares me because my mom died of an aneurysm at 48 and my grandmother had a stroke at 50. My vision seems to have gotten a little worse since then as well. I do have a history of migraines, but have not had one in quite a while. Any help as to what this might be?
Considering your family history, a CT scan would be prudent.
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This may be due to middle ear disorder or caused by a neurological manifestation according to aneurism or high bp..
Get a CT done
You should do a CT scan as soon as possible also until then try to relax in sitting possition and avoid airconditions completly