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Vertigo from what they're saying on FOX coverage... Hope he's ok and he can continue the tournament.

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I just heard them say "we will keep you apprised of the health of Jason Day" a second ago. Wondering the same thing?

Didn't he recently withdraw from a tournament due to extreme dizziness?

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Basically he has been suffering from Vertigo for a month or so, had all the scans etc...
Walking diwn the hill on the 9th, his last, he got dizzy and fell over. The medics attended to him, took his blood pressure etc... After a while he git to his feet and continued on. Obviously still with blurred vision and depth perception problems.
He had a bunker shot... Bloody hard shot when everything is a blur.
Justin Rose and Jordan Speith let him finish out, which was nice if them.

I hope he is right for tomorrow, as he has been playing well.

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I heard him say he felt dizzy when he spoke to the EMTs. Hate to see that happen to anyone let alone someone with so much talent and personality.

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Vertigo is debilitating. If you noticed, the reason the official removed the stone behind Day's ball in the bunker was that Jason was too unstable to do it himself without risking moving the ball. And you can feel nauseous, faint, and you heart can race. It's just nasty. I wish him well and hope they find the reason behind it. He is an incredible player.

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[quote name='raley001' timestamp='1434748525' post='11788332']
What causes vertigo?
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Many potential neurological causes. In my case it was Meniere's Syndrome, a condition of the inner ear (fluid build up in the cochlea). It can cause vertigo, nausea, balance issues and ultimately hearing loss. The onset of attacks can come without warning.

So many potential causes. Sure hope he can find the root cause so it can be dealt with. When faced with such uncertainty one feels very vulnerable. Day to day tasks like driving a vehicle can be extremely dangerous.

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What a stud! You could tell he was crazy unstable - walking like a near-sighted drunk having difficulty knowing where the ground was. But instead of WDing he guts it out and almost saves par. I've always liked JD and this shows what kind of character he has. Very impressive.

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My wife has vertigo caused by menierres disease. It is no joke and severely debilitating and make any " drunk spin" look like a kiddy ride at a state fair. I have watched her literally hav to belly crawl like a navy seal to the toilet and then be too dizzy to lift her head to vomit. She had to have her vestibular nerve killed with surgery so she could function again. I feel for Jason Day. Hope he recovers quickly. Ain't no joke. Really truly hope he's ok. He's a class act.

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[quote name='joeshmo' timestamp='1434760789' post='11789620']
would riding in a cart reduce the chances of an attack?
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Not for me. I suffered through this a couple times. The worst episode took me a week to recover. I just laid in bed for a week waiting for the room to stop spinning. I actually damaged abdominal tissue and bruised a rib from all the stomach upset. Turns out it was a Eustachian tube disorder that was aggravated by severe allergies which weren't under control. Docs told me for years it was Meniere's. The problems went away somewhat once I hammered down with the allergy treatments. I have been hit by a pickup truck and the vertigo episode was way worse.

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[quote name='raley001' timestamp='1434748525' post='11788332']
What causes vertigo?
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There are a myriad of causes. The most common is what Duval had, BPPV. Which a positional vertigo that mainly occurs when one lays down or rolls to one side. Looking up and looking down/bending over can elicit the response as well. The vertigo mainly lasts 30-45 seconds on average and only occurs in certain positions. If someone experiences BPPV once in their life there is a 80% chance they will get it again. Typically lasts a few weeks to as long as 2-3 months. Menieres disease is probably the most overly and incorrectly diagnosed type of vertigo by general doctors. It's characterized by a true rotary vertigo, fluctuating hearing loss, fullness in the ear affected, and tinnitus. 80% of the time it only affects one ear. Inflammation of the vestibular nerve (vestibulitis) is another common cause. Labyrinthitis is an inflammation within the inner ear and is associated with hearing loss on top of the vertigo (severe). You can have cervical vertigo caused by turning your head but that typically only last when your head stays turned for some period of time.

They said he went for a sleep study, those aren't used for diagnosing vertigo so I don't have a clue what someone would be looking at there. MRI/MRA of the brain/neck. Hearing test, video nystagmography, rotary chair, Vestibular evoked potentials and eventually vestibular rehab with the goal of central compensation is the typical battery/treatment.

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There was an article about this back at the start of June depicting Jason Day's struggles. One possible diagnosis was Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which I would not wish on my worst enemy. I hope he pulls through it.

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[quote name='Redbird' timestamp='1434764082' post='11790112']
[quote name='raley001' timestamp='1434748525' post='11788332']
What causes vertigo?
[/quote]

There are a myriad of causes. The most common is what Duval had, BPPV. Which a positional vertigo that mainly occurs when one lays down or rolls to one side. Looking up and looking down/bending over can elicit the response as well. The vertigo mainly lasts 30-45 seconds on average and only occurs in certain positions. If someone experiences BPPV once in their life there is a 80% chance they will get it again. Typically lasts a few weeks to as long as 2-3 months. Menieres disease is probably the most overly and incorrectly diagnosed type of vertigo by general doctors. It's characterized by a true rotary vertigo, fluctuating hearing loss, fullness in the ear affected, and tinnitus. 80% of the time it only affects one ear. Inflammation of the vestibular nerve (vestibulitis) is another common cause. Labyrinthitis is an inflammation within the inner ear and is associated with hearing loss on top of the vertigo (severe). You can have cervical vertigo caused by turning your head but that typically only last when your head stays turned for some period of time.

They said he went for a sleep study, those aren't used for diagnosing vertigo so I don't have a clue what someone would be looking at there. MRI/MRA of the brain/neck. Hearing test, video nystagmography, rotary chair, Vestibular evoked potentials and eventually vestibular rehab with the goal of central compensation is the typical battery/treatment.

Guess what I do for a living? lol
[/quote]

I had vertigo twice within the past year. The first vertigo experience occured after I blew my nostril too hard. Instinctively, I closed my eyelids and waited for the spinning too pass, but the vertigo persisted as I sat on my chair. So I stood up from my chair and held onto objects near me so I wouldn't fall and made my way to my bed, and waited it out layiing down with my eyes closed. My second experience with vertigo occured when I was laying on my left side and I turned my head and body to lay on my right side too quickly. I felt the vertigo when I layed on my right side and when I layed on my back. However, when I layed on my left side the vertigo went away. But the vertigo returned again when I layed on my right side and layed on my back. So I had to wait it out while I layed on my left side for about an hour.

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[quote name='IheartNY' timestamp='1434767532' post='11790546']
[quote name='Redbird' timestamp='1434764082' post='11790112']
[quote name='raley001' timestamp='1434748525' post='11788332']
What causes vertigo?
[/quote]

There are a myriad of causes. The most common is what Duval had, BPPV. Which a positional vertigo that mainly occurs when one lays down or rolls to one side. Looking up and looking down/bending over can elicit the response as well. The vertigo mainly lasts 30-45 seconds on average and only occurs in certain positions. If someone experiences BPPV once in their life there is a 80% chance they will get it again. Typically lasts a few weeks to as long as 2-3 months. Menieres disease is probably the most overly and incorrectly diagnosed type of vertigo by general doctors. It's characterized by a true rotary vertigo, fluctuating hearing loss, fullness in the ear affected, and tinnitus. 80% of the time it only affects one ear. Inflammation of the vestibular nerve (vestibulitis) is another common cause. Labyrinthitis is an inflammation within the inner ear and is associated with hearing loss on top of the vertigo (severe). You can have cervical vertigo caused by turning your head but that typically only last when your head stays turned for some period of time.

They said he went for a sleep study, those aren't used for diagnosing vertigo so I don't have a clue what someone would be looking at there. MRI/MRA of the brain/neck. Hearing test, video nystagmography, rotary chair, Vestibular evoked potentials and eventually vestibular rehab with the goal of central compensation is the typical battery/treatment.

Guess what I do for a living? lol
[/quote]

I had vertigo twice within the past year. The first vertigo experience occured after I blew my nostril too hard. Instinctively, I closed my eyelids and waited for the spinning too pass, but the vertigo persisted as I sat on my chair. So I stood up from my chair and held onto objects near me so I wouldn't fall and made my way to my bed, and waited it out layiing down with my eyes closed. My second experience with vertigo occured when I was laying on my left side and I turned my head and body to lay on my right side too quickly. I felt the vertigo when I layed on my right side and when I layed on my back. However, when I layed on my left side the vertigo went away. But the vertigo returned again when I layed on my right side and layed on my back. So I had to wait it out while I layed on my left side for about an hour.
[/quote]

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[quote name='IheartNY' timestamp='1434767532' post='11790546']
[quote name='Redbird' timestamp='1434764082' post='11790112']
[quote name='raley001' timestamp='1434748525' post='11788332']
What causes vertigo?
[/quote]

There are a myriad of causes. The most common is what Duval had, BPPV. Which a positional vertigo that mainly occurs when one lays down or rolls to one side. Looking up and looking down/bending over can elicit the response as well. The vertigo mainly lasts 30-45 seconds on average and only occurs in certain positions. If someone experiences BPPV once in their life there is a 80% chance they will get it again. Typically lasts a few weeks to as long as 2-3 months. Menieres disease is probably the most overly and incorrectly diagnosed type of vertigo by general doctors. It's characterized by a true rotary vertigo, fluctuating hearing loss, fullness in the ear affected, and tinnitus. 80% of the time it only affects one ear. Inflammation of the vestibular nerve (vestibulitis) is another common cause. Labyrinthitis is an inflammation within the inner ear and is associated with hearing loss on top of the vertigo (severe). You can have cervical vertigo caused by turning your head but that typically only last when your head stays turned for some period of time.

They said he went for a sleep study, those aren't used for diagnosing vertigo so I don't have a clue what someone would be looking at there. MRI/MRA of the brain/neck. Hearing test, video nystagmography, rotary chair, Vestibular evoked potentials and eventually vestibular rehab with the goal of central compensation is the typical battery/treatment.

Guess what I do for a living? lol
[/quote]

I had vertigo twice within the past year. The first vertigo experience occured after I blew my nostril too hard. Instinctively, I closed my eyelids and waited for the spinning too pass, but the vertigo persisted as I sat on my chair. So I stood up from my chair and held onto objects near me so I wouldn't fall and made my way to my bed, and waited it out layiing down with my eyes closed. My second experience with vertigo occured when I was laying on my left side and I turned my head and body to lay on my right side too quickly. I felt the vertigo when I layed on my right side and when I layed on my back. However, when I layed on my left side the vertigo went away. But the vertigo returned again when I layed on my right side and layed on my back. So I had to wait it out while I layed on my left side for about an hour.
[/quote]

First go around sounds like barotrauma cause by the sneeze. Second was positional vertigo. Closing you eyes can at times make it worse. Keeping your eyes open and fixating on a single point can sometimes suppress the vertigo.

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[quote name='kylemd' timestamp='1434756449' post='11789096']
My wife has vertigo caused by menierres disease. It is no joke and severely debilitating and make any " drunk spin" look like a kiddy ride at a state fair. I have watched her literally hav to belly crawl like a navy seal to the toilet and then be too dizzy to lift her head to vomit. She had to have her vestibular nerve killed with surgery so she could function again. I feel for Jason Day. Hope he recovers quickly. Ain't no joke. Really truly hope he's ok. He's a class act.
[/quote]

My father was diagnosed with Menierres in the early 90's. Completely debilitating as you said. It was hard to watch and not know what was causing it. He went to a supposed specialist whom performed surgery placing shunt in his head. Guy was a complete quack job and actually lost his license a few years later for performing dozens of unnecessary surgeries. My father was one of them. He then found a legitimate ENT who started out with a simple approach. Furosemide once in the morning. Believe it or not, that did the trick. He's been taking it for years now with no issues. I feel for Jason Day. Hope he finds out what's causing his issues. He's one of the more likable guys on Tour these days.

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Hi yall Im a paramedic who specializes in event medicine. I am wondering if his vertigo could have been exacerbated by mild dehydration. Dehydration in and of itself can cause dizziness, nausea, and in severe cases altered mental status. I feel for him. Hopefully plenty of water, some rest and he will be back at it.
@redbird what do you think.

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