I can give you a much more specific and different answer if you will tell me the following
What tests have you had.
Was it an ENT that addressed the ears, and what advanced testing was done.
When was your last EKG.
The basic consderations here are as follows.
Inner ear. Nystagmography is needed at a minimum.
Heart. Rhythm problems can be undetected on an EKG and cause this symptoms. A 24 hour holter is needed.
Autonimic dysfunction of the involuntary nervous system. Tilt table test is needed.
Brain. This is the least likely. Tumor, seizure disorder etc. Thus a neurologist would be last on my list.
I see no need for nerve conduction studies based on your story so far. If you had extensive arthritis in the spine or elsewhere, this might be indicated, but you have stated you are healthy. If not, please list any medical problems.
B12, folate, magnesium deficiencies do not typically present so specifically.
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