|Dizzy & Headaches
Dec 29, 2004
My boyfriend is HIV positive,one day he woke up after a nap and was dizzy,slurred speech,headache and his vision is still not right. If he looks striaght ahead every thing is alright but the minute he turns his head the room starts moving, this does not accur all the time.I took him to the emergency room and the told us it was a inner ear infection gave us a antibotic and sent us home.His problem started getting worse so I took him to a differnt hospital and they ammitted him and did a MRI, CT scan and spinal tap every thing turned out just fine and all of his counts were just fine.Gave him a script for dizzy medication and sent him home.He is still having this problem and cries at night when time to go sleep because he is scared he will not wake up. Could this be his HIV acting up or could this be a stroke or a possible ear infection. I belive they just thought because he is HIV+ that,thats what it is!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please help us we just dont no what else to do and like I said he is very scared,and I cant blame him could you??? Oh yah is there a possibilty that the test they ran would'nt of showed if he had a stroke???? Thank you so much, A. Dugas
Response from Dr. Henry
Those symptoms do sound like an inner ear infection (or something like Meniere's disease). When we see patients like that I have our ENT specialist and/or neurologist evalaute and follow the patient along with someone from our HIV Clinic (an HIV specialist). Often conditions involving the middle/inner ear are puzzling and frustrating. KH
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