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Hello, I've had positional vertigo problems in the past ever since a hand grenade exploded close to my position four years ago. One week ago I had an appointment at the V.A. and I noticed that the building was moving, I asked my case manager if she felt the movement of the building and she said no, I was about to exit the building when this happened. I drove home and woke up the next morning feeling like my house was moving but ignored it since I have had episodes of vertigo before. I got to the building where I volunteer at (voc rehab) and felt the same way so I figured that it was positional vertigo kicking in for sure, for one week straight I've felt this way and is not going away. I went to the E.R. at the V.A. and I was prescribed meclizine and it is not working. The doctor told me it might be a viral infection and I do not know what to say or do other than taking the meds because I feel so weak and confused while I'm at home this is so annoying that I cannot take it anymore. The tinnitus in my ears became stronger and sometimes I hear drums beating inside my right ear. I like to have a few beers especially when others buy it to be honest, family members brought a few bottles of wine and beers for the holidays and I haven't had a sip of it due to my dizziness, that's how bad it its. Has anyone had this before?? I would like to put this to an end and if I'm gonna be like this for the rest of my life I'll put it in my claim, like I said I've had this feeling before, but not so many days in a row and with this intensity, any inputs thanks tiredmRONW0331
jac521 posted a question in VA Disability Compensation Benefits Claims Research ForumHi everybody My doctor recently filled the DBQ for Parkinson disease. How VA rate certain Parkinson conditions. I have look the scheduled rating for disabilities, but cannot find an answer. Balance impairment = Moderate Bradykinesia or slow motion = Moderate Stooped posture = Mild Does veteran Parkinson impact his or her ability to work? = YES Unable to work due to slowness, tremors and difficulty walking. Thank so much for your help. Currently, I have service connected Parkinson 30% not related to agent orange.