It is hard to tell whether uveitis can cause dizziness or not. Uveitis refers to inflammation of interior part of eyes. The uvea is composed of three parts, iris with a black hole in the center named as pupil; the second and third parts are invisible to us, called ciliary body and the choroid, which are behind of iris. There are many causes which might trigger uveitis. As to the symptoms of uveitis, it usually includes pain, redness, floaters of eyes, increased sensitivity to light, blurry and cloudy vision. We can find that uveitis is not a direct pathway to dizziness. But uveitis is a series of disorders, the underlying roots for uveitis might make you feel dizzy. Meanwhile, blurry and cloudy vision, eye floaters might make people stress and anxiety, which can make people dizzy too.
Yes, it is possible for you to cause dizzy symptom because of uveitis. Uveitis refers to the iris, ciliary body and choroidal inflammation. The iris ciliary body and the blood supply for iris with large ring. At the same time, the total inflammation is often called iris ciliary body inflammation if choroid also gets inflammation. It is called uveitis which is a kind of multiple in young and middle-aged eye disease. The sort of it is various and the cause is quite complicated. In addition, the cure is undeserved which can cause blindness. There is no exact treatment to cure it now in the world. Your head will be affected to some way. Thus, your eye nerves will be affected. That is why you get the dizzy eyes. You'd better take the medical treatment as soon as possible.
Well, yes, uveitis can lead to dizzy eyes. As we know that uveitis is inflammation of the 'uvea' of the eye. And also, there are several factors which can lead to uveitis, including autoimmune disorders, such as sarcoidosis, rheumatoid arthritis, infections and trauma. On the other hand, it will just lead to some symptoms with uveitis. For example, dizzy eyes can be the common symptoms of it. Also blurred vision can occur too. Well, in common, you can just use some eye drop to reduce inflammation. Of course if the cause is infectious, an anti-infective medication such as antibiotic, antiviral, or antifungal will also be used to combat the underlying infectious agent. Anyway, you can just have a try.