Can allergies cause vertigo?

I had an MRI just before Christmas in one more futile attempt to determine why I get vertigo.  Well, contrary to what some of my friends predicted, the MRI proved that I do have a brain.  However, there was nothing to indicate why I have vertigo.  The doctors say “Live with it.  Get used to it.”

I’ve always thought that something sets off the vertigo, but I haven’t been able to figure it out.  Eggs?  Cut those out of my diet.  Nope.  Milk?  I’ve got celiac and lactose intolerance, so I’ve been using soy milk instead.  Gluten?  I’m avoiding that anyway.  Much of the gluten-free food I’ve been eating has strange flours or ingredients, and most of them have soy.

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This post was written by Dan Ferry on February 16, 2012