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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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Asked By : sanjay_madhu

Asked on : 09 Mar 2013   

im suffering from conditional vertigo, feeling giddiness while lying on the bed (right side) or bowing down. it is from last 3 months. Took Vertin 24 mg twice for a month, 16 MG twice for fortnight and then 16 MG once daily. After reducing the dose to 1 Tab. daily, the problem surfaced again. I felt ok during 2 tab. per day. is there any side effects for taking the medicine for a long time. it is worth mention that I am taking Mibeta SR 40 MG ( morning and evening) and Sensival 25 mg (only half tab in the night) as prescribed along with the vertin since beginning. PLS ADVICE ABOUT ANY EXERCISE FOR TREATING VERTIGO and is the treatment going on right lines. Thanks.


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