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Vertigo/Cervical Lordosis
I had a sudden bout of vertigo in last oct/nov along with hyperacidity and nasuea. Got treatment under my family Doc who prescribed Stemetil MD as SOS along with Sompraz D 40 and Aritozyme. All was fine until last week it relapsed. This time had the X ray C. Spine AP/ LAT view done. The report reads: "There is straightening of cervical lordosis. Disc spaces are normal. Soft tissue shadows are normal. No cervical rib is seen." Also advised medicines as follows: 1. Sompraz D 40 2.Vertin 8 3. Stemetil (SOS). Would some exercise do some good? Help please.
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Yes physiotherapy would definitely help... take tb zerodol-MR 1 bd,tb pregabaline 75 mg hs
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