Hello everyone, I have been slowly getting better (but still struggling) with dizziness since June of 2017. I developed BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) one night and I haven't been the same since. My symptoms came in the midst of working extremely hard with my business, trying to hold it all together at home, and sleeping very little. I also had a newborn around this time which was emotionally and physically taxing in addition to everything else. I've been to many specialists and there is nothing they can find wrong. I have also had an MRI of my brain, which was normal. Recently, I traveled to Chicago to meet with an Oto-neurologist and had some testing done there. Some of the testing revealed some slight nystagmus (involuntary eye movement) which suggested I had some right ear imbalance. Upon consulting with another professional who also runs a dizzy clinic, about my results, he told me the amount of nystagmus noted was pretty much "ignorable" since it was very mild. The main test, which is called the video head impulse test, measures the semi-circular canal function, and it was normal. Because BPPV effects the semi-circular canals (crystals getting dislodged and migrating to the semi-circular canals), it's evident now that I longer have BPPV and it's also evident that I don't have any other disorders of the inner ear, either. One of the results picked up some cervical nystagmus, which indicates some possible vertigo stemming from my neck and I'm not sure if I should explore this road or if it is still TMS. You see, I am still having some positional dizziness as well as visual vertigo (things just don't seem fixed). The last seven months have been very stressful and I haven't felt like myself in a very long time. I started to develop a fear of being out alone or with my children, driving, etc. Most of my fear was centered on there being something terminally wrong with me or the dizziness being a result of Meniere's disease but since these diseases have been ruled out, I am starting to feel a bit better. My question is this: I believe in TMS - I do, however, the vestibular system seems to be extremely complex. I had BPPV which was confirmed by the Epley Maneuver and could also have been a variant of TMS but 95% of people are cured by performing the Epley Maneuver. And, here I am, seven months later with dizziness that cannot be attributed to anything. The doctor who did my testing said there seemed to be some right ear imbalance after the BPPV but he couldn't confirm any damage since my testing was normal. His diagnosis was a mild migraine disorder. My symptoms include: Mild hyperacusis Mild tinnitus positional dizziness floating feeling disorientation in supermarkets or busy places and just a general unsteadiness (although all my balance testing is normal). So, my question is would this fit the bill for TMS? The reason I am confused is my neurologist suggested a psychosomatic disorder would not cause nystagmus. But then, the gentleman who runs the dizziness clinic said the amount of nystagmus I had was pretty much "ignorable" because it was mild even with wearing medical goggles, which pick up eye movement. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.