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Vertigo

Vertigo is a balance disorder that causes a sensation of spinning or dizziness when a person is actually stationary. It can lead to nausea, and in severe cases, problems in standing and walking.

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Vertigo - Symptoms - Signs - Diagnosis - Treatment

Other Names - Dizziness, Meniere disease, Motion Sickness, Labyrinthitis Vertigo or dizziness is a symptom of a balance disorder that occurs due to disturbances caused in the inner ear balance and causes sensation of spinning or feeling of falling when there is no actual body movements....Read More

Posted on : Monday, February 23, 2009 12:00 AM
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I have suffered from BPPV for many years now...... I have tried the eply maneuver a few times. While I have no insurance and very limited finances. I am not sure I am doing the exercise correctly. It seems to help when I can tolerate doing it, but only for a while. I was admitted to the hospital 2 weeks ago and given valum intravenously that seems to be the only thing to ever actually help. Also it seems I have more, longer lasting, and intense attacks in the fall. Has anyone experienced this?
Replied on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 11:12 PM

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I'm surrefiing through Vestibular neuritis.Irritation started while talking on cell phone. Does the signal of mobile affects the inner ear?
Replied on Sunday, December 16, 2012 12:36 AM
When a person is diagnosed with Vertigo and are put on medication, are there any warning sings before hand that they are going to have a dizziness or does it come on instantly without warning?
Replied on Sunday, June 23, 2013 10:25 AM
Hi. In my case, yes thee are some warning signs like i am having some visual problems and headache. What I do is I close my eyes, if I feel like my surrounding is about to spin, i take the prescribed medication immediately(betahistine mesylate). The drug is a graet help in making vertigo manageable, if not prevent it. I hope this piece of information has helped.
Replied on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 6:15 PM
 






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