Wondering if anyone here has experienced something like this. Since mid-Feb I have been having fairly extreme dizzy spells while driving my pick up at highway speeds. I have since stopped driving my truck alone and if it happens I pull over and my wife drives. It only happens if I’m driving my truck. She hates driving and I hate being a passenger. I’ve been to the eye doctor six times and I’m on my 3rd pair of glasses. The type I’m wearing for the last week are contoured prism glasses called Neurolenses. I drove my truck yesterday and it happened after about 10min. Oddly, when I rolled the window down to get a cool breeze as I pulled over the feeling went away almost immediately. I drove another 1/2hr with the window open and was fine. During my lunch break, I took my truck into the dealership to have them go over it for some type of exhaust leak. They couldn’t find anything so I picked up a battery operated CO detector at Menard’s and drove the 45min back home with no alarms and no dizziness. Since these new lenses don’t seem to be doing anything the eye doctor is going to refer me to a neurologist. That doesn’t feel right considering that it’s only happening when I drive the truck. Not in the car, not if I’m a passenger, or any other time.
May 24, 2023 at 3:10 pm #2204702