I am 19 year old female and I have experienced chronic lightheadedness/dizziness nonstop for the past 5 months. I have had these dizzy spells in the past for a course of two years, but usually they would last a few weeks or go away with steroids given to me by my ENT. I have also been experiencing blurred vision and numbness/tingling in my left arm and leg. When I saw an ENT prior to this spell he gave me the steroids because he believed it was sinus congestion and inflammation. However, during the past 5 months nothing has helped this feeling. I went back to my ENT and he told me to see a neurologist. Neurologist was reluctant to give me tests because I am "young" but he agreed to because of the numbness i was experiencing. My MRI, MRA, and bloodwork all came back perfectly normal. The neurologist told me to see a counselor, as he thought it was anxiety/stress. I started seeing a therapist and psychiatric nurse whom have helped me emotionally a bit but I was still feeling sick so I went to my PCP and asked what do I do now. She had me see a specialist ENT and neurologist at Yale hospital both who told me I am most likely experiencing vestibular migraines. I was given an antidepressant, and two supplements to take and was also told to change my diet (very difficult for me to do because I am already on a strict diet for interstitial cystitis). I am still concerned because I don't know if anything is going to work. I asked if i could have a steroid and i was told no. I am having a hard time focussing on school and work and it is very stressful for someone as young as me to deal with.