Of all my TMS symptoms, I find vertigo the most unsettling. I have had 3-4 episodes of Benign Positional Vertigo in the last 5 or 6 years. The first couple of times were very by the book. I got incredibly dizzy when I went on a particular side and the doctor did a treatment and it went away. But the fear and anxiety related to it lingered for months. About a year ago I had an episode and after several doctor visits and seeing an ENT I was referred to a Physical Therapist that specializes in dizziness. Somewhere in the treatments the Vertigo changed from the posterior canal to the anterior canal. At least this is what the therapist told me. Practically speaking this meant that instead of the world spinning when I would lie down on my left side, I had more of a kaleidoscope effect when I would lie down on either side. The treatments, which involved me rolling around and getting very dizzy, helped but I was left with about 5% for several months. The therapist thought I should go back and see the ENT doctor but I never did. I was very stiff when I slept for fear of rolling over in the wrong direction and when the vertigo finally faded away, I had the chronic right neck, shoulder, occipital neuralgia, headaches I have been dealing with the last 10 months. I started working on the TMS about six months ago. Where am I going with this? I have done a lot of work on the TMS and feel as though I have made some progress. This morning when I rolled onto my left side the vertigo/nystagmus returned. I feel lost and so sad. As I mentioned earlier, it is the scariest of all the TMS symptoms to me and I am having such a hard time convincing myself that it is just TMS. I am not sure if I should go back to the dizziness therapist, go see a neurologist or my therapist.