I am new to the forum and newly diagnosed with ES. I am waiting for my first appointment with a doctor in Houston. My apologies if this has been discussed previously, but is there any info regarding the angle of the SP being a factor in dizziness and nausea? I am having a variety of symptoms I assume are associated with the length and position of the tip, including tonsil lump, pain, globus sensation, burning mouth, facial pain, palpitations, etc. but am wondering if anyone has any details (from the literature or from personal experience) on the angle and whether any particular positioning of the SP is more likely to cause the dizziness effect. The dizziness, nausea, and fatigue are the worst for me right now. Hard to know if these non-specific symptoms are due to ES or something unrelated. I’ve uploaded my 3D CTs (thanks for instructions on how to convert from 2D). Hope they are visible. I know that no medical advice can be given here…just including the images in case anyone is interested:) Also, I plan to ask about an angiogram at my appt…just hoped to hear thoughts from others in the meantime.