Originally Posted by red246
I typed up an entire response and of course I accidentally deleted it. Ergh.
I work in a hospital and have access to uptodate.com (which I recommend to anyone who has access). It provides a user friendly description of diseases, etc as well as an in-dept description.
So regarding vertigo.. it's explained as a symptom not a diagnosis. As I have experienced, it manifests itself in two different ways. You either feel like you're moving (like in your head haa) or as if the environment around you is moving. I have had both and they are equally as bad. So there's also something called Migrainous Vertigo, which is vertigo in association with migraines.
I have posted in the other topic forum regarding Vertigo, but I think there is a link with Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease. Probably worth seeing an ENT doctor especially because Vertigo can be very debilitating.
Lupus, Secondary Raynaud's Phenomenon, Pernio (Chilblains)