Hello, Katy. Nice post, very informative.
I don’t blame you at all for going back to the UK for your surgery; the environment there sounds much more beneficial to your plans for the future.
Speaking about the vertigo: The probiotics may help that in the long term as a lot of times different B vitamins can be a cause, and the probiotics will build the B in your system.
Coenzyme Q10, or CO-Q10, at 60 mg a day can improve the circulation to the brain.
The herbs that are normally used for dizziness and vertigo are: Butcher’s broom, cayenne, chaparral tea, dandelion extract or tea.
Vertigo can be attributed to chronic sinus allergies as well, which is why my father suffers from it if he doesn’t keep the allergy in check. Supposedly something called Veramyst nasal spray and allergy medications have a chance of helping it. So I suppose the first questions is, do you have sinus allergies, if not, I suppose that route is out.
In rare cases the normal dizziness that usually comes with die-off can become strong enough that it’s referred to as vertigo.
Even though you don’t think it’s the cause, you mentioned an inner ear problem in your post. You might find the following article of interest. http://www.tchain.com/otoneurology/disorders/bppv/bppv.html
If the link doesn’t work for you, you can copy and paste it to your web address space.
Have a great weekend.