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Does vertigo involves slight vibration in ears? Also, is it a lifelong disease? And what exercises are recommend?
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Maam there are many causes of dizziness what we call chakkar. Vertigo is one type of chakkar whe u have rotatory feeling, u feel uaself roataing or the surrounding is rotating. Further there are lot of causes of vertigo, like vestibular neuronitis, labrynthitis, bppv, minere disease etc. A definitive diagnosis can only be made from a detailed history, like onset, duration, aggravating relieving factors, association with head movements etc. I suggest u to consult online over video.
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Please meet en ENT For proper consultation and evaluation of vertigo. The type of vertigo can be diagnosed after full history and examination. And further medication / exercises can be charted out.
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