It’s me. Again. :roll:
Today I visited a neurologist. After a lot of tests and telling him that I suspect having MAV, he said that I have BPPV. I showed no real nystagmus. He knew about the MAV condition, but he said that the vertigo occuring in MAV is different than mine (vertigo lasting hours or minutes nonstop, getting worse with head movements). I experience only vertigo when I move my head in special ways, the vertigo lasts only seconds. What’s puzzling me is that “BPPV” occured shortly after my monthly migraine for two times (he knew about that,too), so to me it makes a lot of sense that it’s MAV. Can BPPV and MAV be related? He said that I should try the maneuvers, and when it’s not getting better I should come visit him again. What speaks against MAV is that I don’t have any visual disturbances or ear problems, my balance is good as well. I’m becoming insane. :mrgreen:
Anyway I’m happy that this forum exists. Very informative and a lot of nice people.