The past few times I’ve flown, well, some of the times in the past few times I’ve flown, when the plane starts to descend, I feel a lot of pain on the right side of my head from my jaw to the top of my head. I mean a lot. I’ve had the ear-popping thing before because of altitude, but if this is it, it’s so much stronger as to hardly be recognizable as the same thing. As it happens I think it must be some change of pressure in the plane, but when I look around, I don’t see anyone else grabbing the sides of their heads in agony. Last time I flew, I was sleeping and the pain woke me up and I thought to myself “are we starting to descend?” and sure enough, like 10 seconds later, the pilot announces the initial descent. Has this happened to any of you?
I wonder if it’s connected to me feeling dizzy all the time. I’ve been dizzy on an off for over a year now and doctors don’t know what’s wrong with me because I dont’ have any other sympoms other than feeling dizzy. I’m supposed to go back to the neurologist if I get any other symptoms, but I’m not sure if this counts as one, and I don’t want to spend all the money to see the doctor for nothing (which is what it felt like last time I went there). It had been getting better, but the past few days been feeling dizzy again. I’m dizzy right now at home by myself in front of the computer. I wish I would just get better. :pout: