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Hi doctors, I am having head spinning from 1week ..I Am taking stemetil md 5mg but I am still having head spinning, light headed and drowsiness... After taking stemetil md in the afternoon full evening I was feeling drowsy...i don't know what to do plz help
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It’s a condition in which a person feels that he or she is moving or the things in the surrounding are in motion when they are not so in reality. The person with Vertigo may have difficulty in maintaining balance in walking and standing. The improper imbalance can also result in falling. Nausea and vomiting may also accompany Vertigo. Homeopathy provides several remedies to treat Vertigo. With zero side effects and made of natural substances, Homeopathic remedies for vertigo can be of great help in the treatment of Vertigo. A homeopathic constitutional treatment will give you a permanent cure naturally You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance and permanent cure without any side effects Medicines will reach you via courier services
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hello, eye check up BP to monitor. Keep youself HYDRATED with plenty of liquids like NIMUPANI, coconut water, mousambi juice, anything you like. You have to take rest after STEMETIL MD. Other wise u feel drowsy. Any tab of spinning cause drowsy unless you take rest. Ok.
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Hello I understand your concerns You are suffering from vertigo We have many good homeopathic medicines for vertigo to treat it completely from the root itself without any sideffects. Please contact me directly through practo consult or ask me at dramisha.com Warm regards Dr Amisha Mirchandani
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Dizziness/Vertigo. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV). SX – vertigo (elicited by specific head movements), dizziness, n/v, nystagmus, ataxia. Meniere – hearing loss, vertigo, tinnitus. PE – CN exam, CN 8 audiology. Dix-Hallpike maneuver (shows classic rotatory nystagmus, positive for BPPV). CT Scan of Head - to rule out any abnormal growth.
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DX – • CT, MRI (CN 8).
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TX – check meds, decrease Sodium (salt) in diet. Meclizine 25-100 mg/day PO divided BID-TID. Diazepam 2-10 mg PO Q4-8 hrs PRN. Anti-emetic: Promethazine 12.5 - 25 mg PO Q4-6 hours. Scopolamine transdermal patch for motion sickness prevention q3 days PRN.
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