Long story short, I've had a few slightly worrying symtoms for a few years and just sort of ignored them - hand tremors (occasionally foot, eyelid and even lip tremors, all on the same side), sudden sharp headaches, dizziness and recently memory loss. Also, very occasionally...blackouts. In the last three weeks or so I've noticed them getting worse, particularly the dizziness. It comes on randomly and is getting more frequent, and (worryingly) more intense. It starts with my hearing dropping out and being replaced by tinitus - it's like unplugging a landline phone, the sound quickly fades out and all I can hear is 'beeeeeeep'. Then I feel like the room is spinning and my head is really light, almost like it's disconnected from my body, and like my eyes are floating. I had a bad headache all day yesterday (8am until 10pm), and today I had all the symptoms above, but the worst I've ever had them - with some nausea thrown in for good measure. I'm at a friend's house, he went upstairs, I went to get a glass of water. I drank it, put the glass in the sink (thank f**k I wasn't still holding it) and turned to walk back into the living room. I took about three steps, then my hearing dropped... I knew what was coming (it's the third time this week, at least sixth or seventh this month). I felt the room spinning and my body felt like it was getting heavier, until I dropped to my knees - as in, I literally couldn't stand upright anymore. Then I was doubled over fighting not to vomit on my friend's floor, then I must've blacked out becuse I woke up no more than five minutes later, face down on the floor - I could hear my two friends talking upstairs, but it sounded really muffled for a minute or two. This all happened about twenty minutes ago, and I thought I'd write it here so I don't forget about it (I had to go back and add the bit about the recent onset of memory loss, quite fittingly, I'd forgotten to include it). I'm just sat here with my hand in full on tremor-mode, and my eyes occasionally flickering side to side - my hearing actually went a bit funny, and I thought it was happening again. Luckily it didn't. I'm going to book a doctor's appointment ASAP, whatever is wrong with me is getting worse alarmingly quickly. I'm in the UK and haven't ever actually booked a doctor's appointment before, I'm just going to ring them and see what happens, do I have to call really early in the day? The NHS website didn't really say. P.S. Any ideas what the hell might be wrong with me? I'm hoping it's just an ear infection, but the internet is convinced it's a brain tumour.