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Hi all,

It has been a long time since I have been on here, but I am experiancing new symptoms. I feel like I am moving forward and sinking when I am sitting in my chair. I am not sure what this is. I have also been diagnoised with having inflamation on my rib cage causing chest pain. I am also completely nauseated. I have been diagnosed with Neurocardiogenic Syncope am I getting worse or whats going on??

Thanks,

Shelby

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the sensation that you or the room is moving when you are actually still is called vertigo. The most common reaons to get vertigo are either as a side-effect of a medication or due to acute labarynthitis (inner ear inflammation) other causes include menier's disease.

As this is new I would call your doctor - might not be anything to do with your NCS.

Hope you feel better soon,

Flop

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Hi all,

It has been a long time since I have been on here, but I am experiancing new symptoms. I feel like I am moving forward and sinking when I am sitting in my chair. I am not sure what this is. I have also been diagnoised with having inflamation on my rib cage causing chest pain. I am also completely nauseated. I have been diagnosed with Neurocardiogenic Syncope am I getting worse or whats going on??

Thanks,

Shelby

I get that feeling too when I'm in bed and having a heart palpitation episode, I feel like I'm moving.

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This can be a symptom of POTS/dysautonomia. I constantly felt like I was moving when sitting, lying walking - I went through the whole inner ear thing and after 3 months it turned out to be POTS. Don't worry, though, it's not dangerous - and it rarely happens to me now.

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