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Benign Paroxysmal positional vertigo
How long does benign paroxysmal positional vertigo last ? Vertigo getting increased day by day , not decreasing
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Take T. Vertin 8 mg.
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avoid sudden change of head movements.
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Neck exercise.
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It can be easily managed by exercise..
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Madam kindly do isotonic neck muscles exercises twice a day tab betavert16mg1-0-1for 3days don't use pillows good luck bye
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Sometimes,  vertigo lasts for 12 to 14 days and proper treatment is needed. U need to take more than one type of drug
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Need to control with drugs Then do certain exercises to prevent recurrent attacks
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