I'm a 24 year old female attending grad school (so I am stressed, haha). Anyway, to start: about 3 months ago I quit smoking (about a 6 year long habit) and a little more than a week later I had very intense symptoms that I attributed to nicotine withdrawal. I had severe vertigo, tingling sensations in my right hand and forearm, and a milder tingling sensation in my right cheek. I also experienced dizziness. I had blood taken to see if any of my vitamins were low, they were fine. These symptoms subsided, besides the dizziness would come back mildly from time to time. I've also noticed while driving I feel like I have a hard time moving through space, almost like my eyes are not working correctly. Which gives me great anxiety because I've never feared driving before. Since last week, the tingling began again in my right hand and forearm (BTW I have a minor ganglion cyst in this wrist) and in my cheek. The dizziness came back full blown with very mild vertigo for a few days. I had trouble concentrating and my tensor tympani muscle (the one in your ear) went off a few times too. It freaked me out so I went to the doctor again and he put me on steroids, Naproxen, and dizziness meds (I haven't taken the dizziness pills yet, because he said to only take them as needed). He did some informal neuro tests like having me press against him in various ways, he said all of that was fine. I've been taking the steroid and naproxen since Tuesday, and the dizziness seems to be a lot better, but I don't know if it's necessarily from the medications. I also now feel a tingling sensation in my left scalp area. All of this is really freaking me out. I don't really have any fatigue, can exercise fine, and have decent coordination. Should I get a referral for a neurologist or wait this out? Any ideas? I've also always been healthy my entire life, so no other issues there.