I would recommend that you go back to see your primary care doctor
, since the symptoms of dizziness
seem to have returned. They will be able to perform another thorough evaluation and help you figure out what might be going on.
Dizziness is, rarely, a sign of a serious problem, such as an infection, swelling, or tumor in the brain. One of the main reasons to see a doctor is to rule out these serious causes, which can usually be done with a thorough neurological examination. Other serious causes of dizziness included problems with the heart, usually associated with palpitations, shortness or breath or trouble with exercise, or chest pain.
Assuming more serious causes are ruled out, then dizziness still remains one of the most common medical problems, with numerous other causes. Dehydration or not taking in sufficient fluids is one common cause, as are the sides effects of several different types of medications, including both over the counter and prescription medications.
Other causes of dizziness include inflammation inside the position sensing center of the ear. Often this inflammation is caused by a transient viral infection, but it can also be more persistent (and sometimes associated with hearing loss). Again, please speak with your doctor who will be able to evaluate you for these causes.